Paul Slutsky and ReMax Experience support Wilton Manors Stonewall Gay Pride Festival

Stonewall Parade on Wilton Drive

Gay and straight, couples from all walks of life came to Wilton Manors to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots. It was a celebration where love and support for the Gay community just flooded over onto the main street of Wilton Drive. Wilton Drive was closed to traffic for the day.

The day started with local businesses and organizations from Wilton Manors, Fort Lauderdale and surrounding areas showing their support. Wilton Drive was lined with booths and tables displaying the products and services which they offer to the community. It was a time where everyone, gay or straight came to show their love and support as a community.

ReMax experience was represented along Wilton Drive
ReMax Experience invited our friends to enjoy Pride from our “living room”

I was happy to be part of it. ReMax Experience showed our support with a booth on Wilton Drive. ReMax Experience tried to make everyone feel “at home” and invited our visitors to come into the living room setting which we created for them. We had a sofa, a chandelier and all the things to make our guests feel at home. We made an empty space into a home setting and spoke to as many people as we could. I personally met many new friends as well as many old ones too.

As the day progressed the excitement peaked. The highlight of the day for me was the Pride Parade. Local business, organizations, political candidates as well as many others flooded Wilton Drive. There were floats, cars and flatbeds, feathers, balloons and glitter galore. All of this just adding to the excitement.  The parade is an annual event that you shouldn’t miss.

Wilton Drive was the scene of the Stonewall Pride Parade
The Annual Pride Parade in Wilton Manors celebrating the rights for Gay individuals

Another Successful Closing for Fort Lauderdale’s Premier Realtor

Once again, Fort Lauderale’s Premier Realtor is called in to do the job. After trying to sell her home for over three months, seller Nikki Lopez decided to cancel the contract with her current realtor and hire Paul Slutsky. According to Nikki, Paul had more showings within the first week than she had within the entire time she was on the market previously.

Its no suprise with Paul’s no nonsense attitude to get the job done, her home in Pompano Beach, the town just north of Fort Lauderdale went from contract to closing in less than two weeks. Nikki has been able to move on to the next phase of her life with smile and only sings praise for Paul.

By using the latest marketing techniques, along with social marketing including, Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin Paul manages to successfully market his listings to buyers and seller both in the United States as welll as abroad.  If you haven’t visited his site yet, be sure to shop for your next home at www.paulsellshomes.com. Here you can search for homes and condos by neighborhoods as well as by specific buildings. The site recently went live and new content is being added daily.