Weichert's Westfield Office to Host American Red Cross Blood Drive
Tuesday, May 6, 2014 • 12:35pm
Harvey Tekel, manager of Weichert, Realtors’ Westfield sales office, announced that they will be co-sponsoring a blood drive with the Kessler Rehabilitation Center located in Westfield on behalf of the American Red Cross.
Members of the community interested in donating blood are invited to attend the event which is scheduled for Tuesday, May 13th from 2:00pm – 6:30pm at the Kessler Rehabilitation Center located at 190 Elm Street. Those interested in donating may schedule an appointment by contacting Timothy O'Shea at (908) 377-6409. Walk-ins are also welcomed.
"We’re honored to work with an organization that makes such a powerful impact,” said Tekel. “It’s humbling when you consider that nationwide someone needs a unit of blood every two to three seconds, and most of us will need blood in our lifetime. In line with the Weichert culture, we are privileged to be able to make a difference for families in need and help maintain the blood bank and support our local hospitals.”
For more information feel free to stop by the Weichert, Realtors’ Westfield office located at 185 Elm Street, or call (908) 654-7777.
Since 1969, Weichert, Realtors has grown from a single office into one of the nation's leading providers of homeownership services by putting its customers first. A family of full-service real estate and financial services companies, Weichert helps customers buy and sell both residential and commercial real estate, and streamlines the delivery of mortgages and home and title insurance. Weichert leverages its customer website, www.weichert.com, one of the most visited real estate websites in the nation, to help families and individuals realize the dream of homeownership through quick and easy access to listing information and the services of its real estate professionals nationwide. For more information, Weichert’s customer service center can be reached at 1-800-USA-SOLD. Weichert franchised offices are independently owned and operated.