Currently they have 30 homes under construction in nine Florida counties, but somehow we’re pretty sure the number is going to grow from there. The Red Door team is a fun, irreverent, gregarious crew of people, and Sondra Thirston, their amazing Sales Director, is the perfect person to introduce new clients to the process and provide answers to their questions. We’ll have a blog coming up soon about all things Red Door and an interview with Sondra. In the meantime, check out their website and call them if you’d like to tour their model!
“It was a great day,” said Miller. “Wounded Warriors was there for me when I was hurt and needed them the most. They don’t exist without people donating and supporting them with events like this.”
Wounded Warriors Event Photos by Jenna Petty of Sublime Photography
Showcase is proud to sponsor this year’s Lead Line class, and we were on hand to present the trophy and congratulate the competitors, plus spend some time just hanging out and enjoying the sportsmanship. The complex is a huge, sprawling facility for equestrians, located almost right next door to the World Equestrian Center, with plenty of space for everyone with hooves and feet.
We’ll also have some new blogs coming up; the aforementioned interview with Red Door, as well as McKenzie’s Moment and Dan Miller from Wounded Warriors. March is also Women’s History Month, so we’ll be spotlighting Part III of Heather’s Home, profiling Brittany Beall of Southern CPA and Mindy Morrow of Horses and Heroes – both amazing women who have created and crafted two unique, distinct organizations that make huge impacts on the community. We’ll also be showcasing (yeah, we meant to do that) our incredible broker, Valerie Dailey. Also, MORE POLO!