Crummack Huseby Hosts Open House, Ribbon Cutting & Families Forward Thanksgiving Benefit

November 6, 2012    Via Business Wire    Press Release, Crummack Huseby News

LAKE FOREST, Calif., Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- On November 1, Crummack Huseby Real Estate and Management Services held an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony in honor of its recent move to a new expanded location in Lake Forest at 25531 Commercentre Drive, Suite 100.  

Scott Voigts, Lake Forest Mayor Pro Tem and Jerry Zechmeister, Lake Forest Chamber of Commerce President Elect, were on hand to welcome Crummack Huseby founders, Margo Crummack and Sandy Huseby, as well as present them with a certificate of recognition.  Also in attendance were notable friends, vendors, colleagues, employees and board members from associations, which CH represents.

"We were overwhelmed by the show of support at the event and honored to have local Lake Forest VIPS visit our company's new home," said Margo Crummack, PCAM, CCAM, Co-founder, Co-principal and CEO.

Madelynn Montoya, a representative from Families Forward, attended the event to help Crummack Huseby launch its participation in the organization's 2012 Thanksgiving-themed grocery distribution for local families in need.  Beginning at the open house until November 12, Crummack Huseby's staff, associations and contacts will do their part to collect traditional Thanksgiving fixings for food distribution before the holiday.

"It is important to us that we take part in making a difference in the Orange County communities which we live and work in," said Sandy Huseby.  "We thought that it would be fitting at the start of the holiday season to announce our participation in Families Forward's Thanksgiving grocery distribution."

As many of the participants can attest to, the new office is more centrally located and visitor friendly.  The company has grown over the past couple years and was at the point where it needed an office that allowed room for growth.

"We are excited about our new office and expansion," added Margo Crummack.  "We are pleased with the added value our new employees have brought to our team.  In addition, we believe in recognizing our long-term employees and promoting from within.  Many of our staff have received promotions this year."

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