Bennion Deville Homes offices around the Coachella Valley added extra spring to the steps of many kids in the local area, sponsoring and hosting Easter Egg Hunts in the cities of La Quinta and Indio. Long a tradition of the La Quinta and Indio offices, the fun gatherings and celebrations are a hallmark of Bennion Deville Homes’ initiative to enhance the lifestyle experience throughout the local community, and ensure everyone has a bright time each spring.
The La Quinta office played an integral part in the city’s Easter celebration at La Quinta Park, providing Easter eggs for the hunts, balloons and other goodies, and overseeing the chalk drawing contest. “This is such a wonderful event for everyone,” says Managing Broker Sandy Beakey. “The kids have so much fun, and we enjoy interacting with local families and putting smiles on the little ones’ faces. Our agents really do a nice job of making sure everyone has a good time and gets into the spirit of the day.” In Indio, Managing Broker George Baca and his team put on an egg hunt and handed out Easter goodies for the children to enjoy. “We had a great turnout again this year,” George adds. “It is important to give back to our communities and have some fun in the process, and I know our agents enjoy the personal interaction this event offers. We look forward to Easter every year because it gives us the opportunity to share a day with our friends and family in the community.”
Adds Bob Deville, Co-Founder of Bennion Deville Homes. “We are proud of our offices for establishing an intimate connection with the residents of our cities that goes beyond the nuts and bolts of our role as real estate professionals. What we do day-in and day-out surpasses buying and selling real estate; it’s about helping people get the most out of life and enjoy the desert lifestyle. We want to enhance that experience, and establishing these traditions is important to us as a partner in the community. Thank you to all who came out, and thank you to our agents and staff for organizing and orchestrating the events.”