Please take a look at Harford County Association of REALTORS, Inc. in the press.
HarCAR Ongoing Accomplishments 2022
• Harford Housing: A Local Outlook – drafting post-event release and coordinating showing on Harford TV
• HarCAR endorsements: Drafting press release announcing endorsements for primaries
• Coffee Talk: Coordinating broadcasting with Harford TV
• Implicit bias class: pitching story on HarCAR’s ongoing efforts (classes, Fair Housing Day, etc.) to diversity, equity and inclusion editors
• YPN Cornhole Tournament: drafting blurb to share with photos
• Volunteer awards: drafting blurb to share with photos
• Dog Days: will attend, take photos and draft blurb on the event
• 2022 Fair Housing Day
• 2022 Realtor Care Day
• Fair Housing Poster Contest
• 2022 Partners Release
• WHGM Interview on HarCAR
• Linda Rich Harford TV Board Release
• Heather CityBiz Interview
• People and Pets Food Drive coverage
• Also facilitated an interview with Heather and The Baltimore Banner (Baltimore’s newest outlet) and they will keep her in mind as an article source.
Innstallation release shared in CityBizList and i95.
HarCAR 60th Anniversary Feature
CityBizList and i95 Business both posted the 60th anniversary release:
i95 Business: https://i95business.com/releases/2843
Radio interview McFadden Harford Housing interview:
Good news! The Realtor Care Day Aegis story ran!
I’m not sure if you ever saw this, but the Patch did run the Realtor Care Day release last week: https://patch.com/maryland/belair/new-additions-made-emily-bayless-graham-park
Radio Interview – Realtor Care Day
Here is WHGM’s website: https://whgmgold.com/
Chris’s CityBizList Interview
Thursday June 1, 2021
Harford Housing: A Local Perspective
As you may be aware, the Harford County Association of REALTORS® recorded its first televised event, Harford Housing: A Local Perspective, on June 21st, 2021, at the Harford Cable Network.
This event was created by HarCAR and implemented by the State of the Municipalities Task Force and the Women’s Council of REALTORS® to allow members and now the public to hear about changes taking place across the county and in the municipalities that impact homeownership and the real estate industry.
The program will air four times during the month of July. The following is the press release from the event that contains the scheduling information for you to watch it on television:
The Harford County Association of REALTORS® Hosts Harford Housing: A Local Outlook
Harford Housing: A Local Outlook will air weekly on the Harford Cable Network
BEL AIR, MD (6/21) — The Harford County Association of REALTORS® (HarCAR) recently hosted a televised program titled Harford Housing: A Local Outlook. This 45-minute program will air Sundays throughout the month of July at 7 p.m. on Harford Cable Network (Comcast channel 21 & HD 1084, Armstrong channel 7 & Verizon channel 3 or via VOD link at the viewers’ convenience: https://hcn.viebit.com/player.php?hash=PyF26s9U4NBN)
The program featured the Mayor of Aberdeen Patrick McGrady, the Mayor of Bel Air Amy Chmielewski and Harford County Council President Patrick Vincenti. Each speaker offered an overview of the residential and business landscape in their municipalities and the county.
“As we begin to come out on the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic, many are concerned about the pandemic’s lasting effects,” said HarCAR Executive Director Kathy McFadden. “The COVID-19 pandemic challenged the housing and rental markets, as well as many community businesses. Each elected official offered wonderful insights on what Harford County residents can expect in the future. I want to thank Harford Cable Network for producing this informative program and bringing it into the homes of county residents.”
As part of the program and HarCAR’s ongoing commitment to Harford County, the organization donated $500 to a charity of each elected officials’ choice. Throughout the year, HarCAR serves the community through both direct donations and volunteer work.
Mayor Patrick McGrady selected the Aberdeen Boys and Girls Club as his charity. The Aberdeen Boys and Girls Club provides a safe place to enable all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
Mayor Amy Chmielewski chose Linking All So Others Succeed (LASOS). Linking All So Others Succeed provides critical resources needed to support integration into American society for nonnative English-speaking residents.
Lastly, Council President Patrick Vincenti chose to support Rally Against Parkinson’s (RAP). RAP provides free Rock Steady boxing classes and more at Forest Hill Health and Fitness to help those with Parkinson’s Disease fight back against the symptoms.
“I’m honored to support Rally Against Parkinson’s and its amazing mission. Thank you to HarCAR for making this donation possible and for your continued support of the Harford County community,” said County Council President Vincenti.