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Hackensack Real Estate Group Gives Back on the Red Carpet

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On Thursday, February 23rd Alexander Anderson Real Estate Group hosted its first annual Red Carpet Open House Event to benefit the Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center.

With pending homes sales at a 2 year high (according to the National Association of Realtors) Eric Anderson and Corrado Belgiovine owners of Alexander Anderson Real Estate Group decided to celebrate the recovering economy by giving back to the Hackensack community.  This fundraiser is unique –   Alexander Anderson – newly headquartered in Hackensack – is donating a 10% of all profits from both residential and commercial real estate listings they receive in March, April and May to the Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center. The Red Carpet Open House Event was the kickoff to this very special 3 month long fundraiser.

“We are seeing a spike in both buyer and seller confidence.  And we want the success of our industry to contribute to the success of our overall community.  So this spring we are celebrating the recovery of the real estate market by sharing the good fortune with the Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital.”  Said Eric Anderson, CEO of Alexander Anderson as he joined Hackensack Mayor Jorge E. Meneses for the ceremonial ribbon cutting of their new headquarters at 14 Bergen Street.

The most distinguished names in Bergen County gathered at the new Alexander Anderson headquarterd in the historical Salvation Army building.  In attendance were over 200 Bergen County political and business notables including:   Hackensack Mayor Jorge E. Meneses, Hackensack City Council – John. P. Labrosse, Marlin G. Townes, Karen K. Sasso, Teaneck Mayor Mohammed Hameeduddin, Freeholder Candidate Tracy Zur, City Attorney Joseph Zisa, City Manager Steve Lolacono, Chamber of Commerce Members Darlene Damstrom, Donald Pearlman & Corethia Oates, Chairman Lou Stellato of the Democratic Committee of Bergen County and other local notables – Frank Pratt of Sanzari Enterprises, Dan & Laura Kirsch, and Albert Dib, Executive Director of the Upper Main Alliance.

Guests dined on authentic Greek fare provided by Greek Island Grill owner Gina Tarkazikis  and had the red carpet treatment with “paparazzi” pictures taken by Sameh Abdallah owner of Bright Lights Studios.  Event logistics were donated by Noelle Frieson of Prosperiti Partners.


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  1. Sherly Rabbani Harouni
    Mar 09, 2012 - 04:04 AM

    very nice … a company that actually cares.. we need more of that these days

  2. Pleasant Grove Utah Real Estat
    Mar 15, 2012 - 09:05 AM

    Loved reading through your post on this outstanding blog site thanks for your information


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