PRLog - Aug. 19, 2014 - LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. -- Smith Douglas Homes invites metro Atlanta real estate agents to join it for a Luau Luncheon as it celebrates the end of a successful summer.
Luau Agent Luncheon at Silver Oak
“This summer has been fantastic for Smith Douglas Homes, as well as the metro Atlanta real estate market and we want to take a moment to celebrate and say ‘thank you’ to the agents that are such a large part of this success,” said Sarah Noel, marketing director of Smith Douglas Homes.
Scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 26 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., the event is being sponsored by Fidelity Bank and McMichael & Gray Law Firm. Attendees will enjoy a delicious lunch catered by Bear’s Best and up to $200 in prize giveaways. Additionally, agents will have the opportunity to take a turn in the “cash cube” to grab as much cash as they can in a specific time frame. To RSVP for the Luau Luncheon, agents can call 470-268-7547 or email SilverOak@SmithDouglas.com.
Situated off of Highway 20 near Sugarloaf Parkway, Silver Oak is an established community of ranch and two-story homes priced from the $180,000s. Interiors of the homes showcase open layouts with up to five bedrooms and three-and-a-
Homebuyers looking to enjoy a social and active lifestyle will enjoy a state-of-the-
Outside of the community, homeowners enjoy convenient access to a variety of local restaurants, shops and entertainment with the Gwinnett County fairgrounds, Alexander Pak, The Shoppes at Webb Gin, downtown Grayson and downtown Lawrenceville just a short drive from Silver Oak. Children also receive an excellent education attending Starling Elementary, Couch Middle and Grayson High schools.
For more information on the beautiful homes available at Silver Oak, call Leon Bonnet or Donna Woodards at 470-268-7547 or visit www.SmithDouglas.com.
*Attending sales agent must be present at time of all drawings to be entered to win, including, but not limited to, the Grand Prize drawing. See SDC Realty onsite agent(s) for further details. All information is believed to be accurate, but is not guaranteed and subject to change without notice.