Mayor Keith Summey to receive the 2013 March of Dimes Real Estate Award
(Charleston, SC, September 11, 2013) – Real Estate professionals throughout the Lowcountry will gather to honor Mayor Keith Summey, as the March of Dimes presents its Annual Real Estate Award on October 10, 2013.
Mayor Keith Summery was chosen by Dr. Greenberg for this award for his significant impact on Real Estate and Development in the North Charleston area and the growth impact that Boeing has had on the Real Estate business in North Charleston and for his outstanding leadership and citizenship in the North Charleston area. Boeing Plant Manager, Jack Jones, will be giving the award to Mayor Keith Summey.
The Real Estate Award was established in 1998 by the South Carolina Chapter of the March of Dimes to honor a member of the real estate community who has demonstrated a long history of service; recipients are chosen for their outstanding leadership and vision in the community. Past recipients include Dr. Ray Greenberg, Arthur Swanson, Mike Bennett and Hank Hofford, Anthony McAlister, Robert Clement III, Vince Graham, Wally Seinsheimer, John L. Knott, Jr., Pat McKinney, Max Hill, Grange Cuthbert, Charlie Carmody, Jody Tamsberg, Mayor Joseph P. Riley and The Beach Company.
“We are extremely pleased to recognize Mayor Keith Summey with this award,” said Meredith Repik, March of Dimes Director. “The contributions he has made to our community and his continued involvement and leadership in North Charleston make him a worthy recipient.”
For Sponsorship opportunities and tickets please call Meredith Repik at 843-571-1776 or email email@example.com.
In 2013, the March of Dimes celebrates its 75th Anniversary and its ongoing work to help babies get a healthy start in life. Early research led to the Salk and Sabin polio vaccines that all babies still receive. Other breakthroughs include new treatments for premature infants and children with birth defects. Approximately four million babies are born each year in the United States, and all have benefitted from March of Dimes lifesaving research and education.