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Phone-a-Friend for RPAC: The National Phone Bank Initiative

We call on our friends for favors. We call on our friends to lend a hand. Now, let’s call our REALTOR® friends to invest in the REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC).

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On The Go: Complete Streets Podcast

How do Complete Streets relate to real estate? Adriann Murawski, NAR’s State and Local Government Affairs Rep. discusses some of the benefits communities experience with Complete Streets. Additionally, Adriann talks with several individuals involved with completing their streets: featured guests are CEO of the Memphis Area Association of REALTORS® Melanie Blakeney, the National Complete Streets Coalition Director Emiko Atherton, and REALTOR® Andi Turco-Levin from Ulster County, New York.

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Las Vegas REALTORS® Bet on Smart Growth, Win Big in Sahara/Decatur

The working families and millennials of Las Vegas’ Sahara/Decatur neighborhood were not privy to the development opportunities, glitz and glam of The Strip.  The Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS® (GLVAR) created a three-part plan—using Smart Growth training and Action Grants to bring community and government partners together to brainstorm smart growth solutions; holding a Better Block event; and creating a marketing pack for potential developers—to elevate the livability and economic promise of the neighborhood.

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Partnerships and Training Create Diverse Opportunities, Engagement for Chicago REALTORS®

With the help of a Diversity Initiative Grant and training from REALTOR® Party staff, the more than 10,000-member Chicago Association of REALTORS® was able to create a diverse and inclusive environment, cultivate organizational partnerships and provide educational opportunities for its members.MORE>

In Atlanta, Chili and RPAC Go Hand-in-Hand

The Atlanta Board of REALTORS®’ Annual Chili Cook Off for RPAC has become a sellout, staple event for its 5,700 members. Local sponsors, a DJ and funds from a RPAC Fundraising Grant added additional flavor to a spicy event that raised more than $20,000. MORE>