DENVER, CO – Amanda Snitker of Kentwood City Properties has announced the second annual Christmas Tree Lot sponsored by the Denver Center for International Studies (DCIS) at Fairmont PTA to benefit the DCIS at Fairmont Elementary School in the Baker Historic District. The tree lot will be held at Broadway and Bayaud Avenue from November 27 through December 20, 2015. The lot will be open from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. on weekdays and from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on weekends and on the opening day, November 27th.
Snitker is a member of the DCIS at Fairmont PTA and an active supporter of DCIS. One hundred percent of the net profits from the Christmas tree sale will help the DCIS at Fairmont PTA support professional development for teachers and staff, and for facility improvements and beautification of the school. DCIS at Fairmont Elementary is located at 520 W. Third Avenue and is Denver Public Schools’ designated neighborhood school for the Baker Historic District. Free Christmas tree delivery is offered to destinations within one mile of the lot. Wreaths and tree stands are also available.
The DCIS Foundation’s board of directors was founded in 1993. DCIS schools are grounded in global exploration and service that prepares nearly 2,400 DPS students attending schools for college, career and life. Students under the DCIS program leave the foundation multilingual and enter-culturally competent. They are prepared to solve problems and lead communities worldwide with knowledge and compassion. For more information, visit DCIS online at www.dcisfoundation.org.
Amanda Snitker joined Kentwood City Properties this summer. She is a member of the Denver Metro Association of Realtors and serves the diverse real estate needs of home buyers and sellers throughout Denver’s most desirable and historic neighborhoods. She is a Certified Negotiation Expert and is known for her market knowledge and superior customer service. Snitker has garnered prestigious awards for her sales production.
Snitker earned her Bachelor of Science degree in environmental science with a minor in geology, and her Masters of Science degree in environmental engineering. Prior to pursuing a career in real estate, she worked as a water resources engineer for five years. She enjoys skiing, running, cycling, hiking, and cooking.
For more information on real estate services from Amanda Snitker, phone 303-204-8240, or contact Amanda via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Kentwood City Properties
Kentwood City Properties, formed in 1999, is the newest member of Kentwood Real Estate, known nationally as Denver’s premier real estate company. The company’s street-front office at the corner of 17th and Wynkoop Street, right across from Union Station is comprised of 52 of metro Denver’s most experienced real estate professionals serving residential buyers, sellers, and developers, and commercial real estate services for buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants. For more information phone 303-820-CITY (2489), and visit online at www.kentwoodcity.com.