Showing posts from March 14, 2010

THANKS to All Who Sponsored NAI Isaac as They Supported the BBBS Fundraiser.

For the 8th consecutive year, NAI Isaac Teams participated in the Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Bluegrass “Bowl for Kids Sake" fundraiser. NAI Isaac Teams of Brokers and Staff joined together on March 14th in team camaraderie to sponsor the BBBS charity event. NAI Isaac also volunteered to participate in the "Corporate Matching Gifts Program“ and matched 50% of all proceeds brought in by the teams. Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass matches children primarily from single-parent homes with caring adult mentors who will serve as a friend and guide along the journey from childhood to adulthood. More than half their annual income is donated by local companies and individuals during Bowl for Kids' Sake, their signature fundraiser. Thanks to all who helped Big Brothers Big Sisters "create the little moments that make big magic in the life of a child."

NAI Isaac Commercial Properties Brings Numerous New Retailers, Business Relocations and Renewals to Central KY as the Year Begins

In January and the start of February, NAI Isaac Commercial Properties has brought numerous new retailers and business relocations to Lexington and the surrounding cities. South Elkhorn Village welcomes Dentistry by Dr. Erin Langfels. Clays Mill Plaza welcomes The Edge, a Center for Exceptionally Diverse and Gifted Education. Keithshire Place renews with Something Special and Star Power Plant and Keithshire Office Suites is the new home to Landmark New Beginnings Apostolic Church. Lexington Beauty College will be located at 1350 Eastland Drive. 2462 Palumbo Drive welcomes BizCards Today. Stephan Lawrence, LTD is now located in the Idle Hour Center. The Frances Whitman Building welcomes Guardsmark as well as the expansion of Reynolds Staffing. Chinoe Center welcomes the renewal of Photo Therapy. Stonewall Center receives renewals from Touch of Class, Ivory Rose Floral and Keith Renfro State Farm Insurance. The United States Polo Association renewed its location