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Better Homes and Gardens agents volunteering at Valley Humane Society today

Mission is to create brighter future for cats and dogs during company's 'Giving Day'

Agents from a Pleasanton real estate firm will be volunteering today at Valley Humane Society as part of their "Company Giving Day."

Earl Rozran, branch manager of Better Homes and Gardens Tri-Valley Realty, said the Pleasanton office is one of 30 in the Better Homes and Gardens Mason-McDuffie network participating in the organization's sixth annual company-wide "Giving Day."

"Locally, our team of agents will participate in multiple activities at Valley Humane Society, a local non-profit organization with a mission to create a brighter future for cats and dogs by encouraging and strengthening the bond between people and pets," Rozran said.

Members of the real estate firm's team will help VHS to revitalize and expand its the pet exercise areas, clean the building's exterior and work in other areas to improve the function and appearance of VHS.

Valley Humane Society is located at 3670 Nevada St., next to the headquarters of the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department near Bernal Avenue.

Better Homes and Gardens Mason-McDuffie Real Estate is locally owned and has more than 1,100 real estate professionals with 30 offices in eight counties in the Bay Area. For more information, sign on to www.bhghome.com/

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Posted by Pro-Law
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Mar 7, 2015 at 7:29 pm

Is this a news story or an ad?


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Posted by it's an ad
a resident of Downtown
on Mar 8, 2015 at 7:46 am

@ P-L, clearly it's an ad. They must not have gotten enough 6% commissions this month. People who are really charitable and caring do what they do without blowing their own horn. At least this narrows down the list of realtors that I might use when selling my home.

And shame on you Gina for allowing this post to remain. Still wondering why so few downtown businesses choose to advertise in the Weekly? Free "ads" like this that you allow to remain on the site would be one good reason.


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Posted by Ed
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Mar 8, 2015 at 11:45 am

PW should be ashamed of posting this news release verbatim; I don't think the realty firm is at fault here - it was just using a local news source to promote its effort. I'm all for giving props to local businesses that do community service projects such as this one, but this is just poor journalism on PW's part.


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