At john greene Realtor, we “live and love local.” For over 40 years, we’ve been dedicated to helping our communities grow, not just growing our business. As a real estate brokerage, we believe that connecting our clients with the community is one of our most important duties.
We started the “Live and Love Local” podcast with this principle in mind. With every episode, we connect you to the best stories Chicago’s western suburbs have to tell. We interview the movers and shakers, the leaders, the entrepreneurs, and the business owners through the voices of our agents.
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Here’s a sampling of a few recent episodes.
On June 27, jgR agent Shannon Nuzbach sat down with Debbie Mossberg of Bike Bald Group, a non-profit organization based in Oswego with the mission to enrich the lives of children affected by cancer and rare illnesses. Debbie shared her story of why she started Bike Bald Group, as well as more about the incredible work they do, how people can help, and how Oswego welcomed them home. Learn more about what they do and how you can helping by visiting their website at www.bikebald.com.
On May 24, jgR agent Shauna Weatherspoon met with Lillian Harris, CEO of Call Flawless Cleaning Services. Lillian shared how she turned her passion into a business and the journey to where the company is now. She also discussed her Second Chance program which aims to help formerly incarcerated people by providing them employment opportunities at Call Flawless. Learn more about Call Flawless at www.callflawless.com.
In the May 9 episode, jgR broker Laura Caldwell talked with Kathy Brown and Chris Roy to learn more about how they turned the tragic circumstances of their little sister’s death into an opportunity to help others in her name. That’s how the Jeanine Nicarico Memorial Fund for Literacy came to be. They shared their story and how the fund seeks to help students in Naperville, along with information about their main fundraising effort, the G.L.O.W. Run 5K, which takes place each year if you would like to get involved in next year’s event.