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A Solemn Ride to Spalding County

Posted on May 9, 2011 by

Spaulding County TornadoIt was a quite, solemn ride to Spalding County just a couple days after the storms to help with the tornado recovery, but it just looked like another ordinary Saturday ride in the country. Having stopped and got my biscuit and coffee, I noticed the boats behind the trucks presumably headed to the lake, the bicycles on the carrier off for a spin, folks setting up their yard sales and others getting ready @ the local flea market. Everybody seemed busy going somewhere, doing something. Everything seemed perfectly normal.

Spaulding County TornadoI remember thinking if all these folks even REALLY knew what kind of damage there was just down the road from where they were. I mean we see the snippets and hear the sound-bites on TV and we’re wowed or whatever but did these folks REALLY understand? Did they REALLY know what needs there were just down the road? I even thought did they even care? Certainly if they knew they would do something. Right? Read More→

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The Fuller Center of Atlanta’s President, Mark Galey, and Jeff Nix provides a video tour of the Vacant Property Security (VPS) system that was donated to the Fuller Center’s renovation project at 10 Gould Street in Lakewood Heights. Thanks Mark and Jeff for the demo and thanks Vacant Property Security, Inc. for the use of the system on the project. Read More→

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We had a great turnout at last night’s Atlanta REIA South Meeting in Stockbridge, GA. Special guests, Mark Galey, President of the Fuller Center of Atlanta, and Shane Persaud, President of the Fuller Center of Henry County, both residents of McDonough attended last night’s meeting. Mark talked about the Fuller Center of Atlanta’s relationship with Atlanta REIA and our recent work on Project Lakewood and how members can get involved and help us rebuild, renovate and repair homes for some of Atlanta’s most needy citizens. Shane talked about the brand new Fuller Center of Henry County that he just started and some of their recent accomplishments on Project McDonough. Atlanta REIA and Atlanta REIA North & South look forward to working with the Fuller Center on both Project Lakewood and Project McDonough. We hope you will get involved and lend a hand too! For more info, see the Fuller Center of Atlanta Website or the Fuller Center of Henry County Website.

Our main guest speaker this month was Dustin Griffin (Local Investor, Trainer, Website Developer, Internet Marketer and President of Atlanta REIA) who spoke on Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM) for real estate professionals and “How to Establish a Strong Internet Presence Quickly, So You Can Dominate Your Competition Online in Weeks, Not Years!” Read More→

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