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LIBOR raises diabetes funds.

The 11th annual "Realtor Rumble" bowl-a-thon raised more than $12,000 for the Diabetes Foundation of Long Island. The fun-filled Realtor[R] event held in October at the Syosset Lanes in Syosset, New York included unlimited bowling, raffles and prizes. Funds raised were earmarked for diabetes research.

The event was held as part of the "We're More Than Realtors[R]" campaign coordinated by the Long Island Board of Realtors (LIB[R]R) and their Public Relations Committee. This is one of many philanthropic events that showcases the support real estate agents provide to the local community and to nonprofit organizations on Long Island throughout the year.

"Our annual Realtor Rumble is a wonderful way to bring together dedicated Realtors[R] who want to support their local communities and volunteer to make a difference," said Gil Picard, president of LIBOR. "We are delighted that Realtors[R] came together to raise a great deal of money for such a worthy cause," added Frank Urso, chairman of the LIBOR's Public Relations Committee. "Realtor Rumble is another great example that demonstrates 'We're More Than Realtors[R]'," he added.

The fun-filled afternoon event featured media personality Donna Donna and the WBAB Street Team who broadcasted live from the event.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jan 17, 2007
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