Saturday, December 4, 2010

The Real Estate Council's 20th Anniversary

The Real Estate Council’s (TREC) 20th anniversary soiree was held at The Joule on November 11th. The theme was “Dreaming Big for 20 Years,” and the event had over 200 members in attendance to celebrate The Real Estate Council's dreams—past, present and future.

Bill Kramer of Republic Title, former vice chairman and longtime TREC member said, “The Real Estate Council was founded by a group of industry leaders at the height of one of the toughest real estate climates in memory. It started with a party—FightNight—but it became more than that. Many ingredients were needed to create this organization: economic conditions, hard work of a few men and women, and pride for their city. Those early leaders who saw the city’s true need had the wisdom and foresight to know the multiplier effect of giving back. That’s a huge reason why I’ve stayed involved over the years.”

About TREC:

The Real Estate Council (TREC) was Founded in 199 and is a dynamic organization of 1,300 commercial real estate professionals representing more than 500 companies in the Dallas area. TREC pursues industry advocacy efforts on local and statewide public policy issues and works to improve the quality of life in Dallas with initiatives that address housing, education, job creation and the environment. TREC’s investments in the community have totaled $75 million in pro bono professional expertise and added asset value supported by $8 million in cash. TREC is a leader of efforts shaping the future of Dallas including the original $1.5 million investment that funded Woodall Rodgers Park, as well as $6.3 million in pro bono legal and title services and $250,000 in funding that helped create Dallas’ Urban Land Bank.

for more information, visit www.recouncil.com

or call 214.692.3600.

The Real Estate Council toasted 20 in honor of its 20th anniversary. Former TREC presidents Linda Owen (left) and Michelle Corson (right) joined new TREC president Linda McMahon (middle).
The Real Estate Council toasted 20 in honor of its 20th anniversary. Past chairman and first chairwoman of The Real Estate Council include:
Karl Zavitkovsky, City of Dallas
Michael Dardick, Granite Properties
Michele Wheeler, Jackson-Shaw
Will Cureton, CLB Partners
David Gruber, MetroAmerican Developers
Jim Berry, Deloitte. and 201 TREC chairman

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