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Intero Real Estate shows support for The Center for the Arts

Intero Real Estate services recently presented a $2,500 grant to the Center for the Arts through the Intero Foundation. The funds are designated for the Center’s program supporting local children’s exposure to the arts.

John and Edie Miller, owners of Intero, attended “The Fairy Fantasy Ball” at the Center the following evening.

“It was not only very entertaining, it was also very rewarding to see the funds that Intero contributed, help the Center bring so much joy to the children involved in the play and the community watching them!” Miller said in a news release.



“The work that Julie Baker and the entire organization do at the Center is incredible and invaluable to the community as a whole,” said Miller. “We went to the Amy Grant concert (in March) that was also put on by the Center and the venue and the caliber of the performance rivaled any of the concerts we have been to in the Bay Area.”

John Miller, broker of Intero, presented the check on behalf of the four real estate offices and more than 25 licensed agents that currently work at Intero.




“I am very proud of the fact that we have 100 percent participation in this company in the Intero foundation. Our agents voluntarily donate a portion of the commissions they earn and participate in the several fundraisers a year sponsored by Intero,” he said. “The money we raise here, stays here to contribute to local nonprofits benefiting children in our community”.

To date, the Intero Foundation has raised more than $3 million worldwide. Locally, approximately $20,000 has been donated in the less than two years Intero has been open for business. Among those who have received donations are the Nevada County Diaper project, The Friendship Club, Global Family, Little League Grass Valley, Little League Penn Valley, and the Center for the Arts.

“We are currently considering other nonprofits to contribute to and would love to hear from the community for ideas,” Miller said. Eligible nonprofits must be local, benefit children’s causes and be an accredited nonprofit organization, he added.

Intero Real Estate Services recently opened its fourth office in Nevada County at 227 Broad St. in downtown Nevada City.

Visit http://www.InteroNevadaCounty.com or call 530-615-0111 for information.


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