EXIT Realty Florida Participates in the 2nd Annual Toys for Tots Drive

| February 28, 2017

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The holiday season is a time for giving and EXIT Realty Florida is demonstrating their initiative to give back with their 2nd Annual Toys for Tots Drive. The Toys for Tots Drive brings everyone together this holiday season to work as a team in donating toys to the less fortunate. This is a great way to give back and EXIT Realty Florida offices across the State are participating.
Colleen Gitlin, President of EXIT Realty Florida comments on the drive and states, “We are thrilled to be participating for the second year in the Toys for Tots drive. Our priority is to provide outstanding customer service to communities across the State and this is just another way our offices can help others.”

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