Maintaining Our Sense of Community

Over the last few weeks, the COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed the way that businesses operate. In compliance with the Governor’s stay-at-home orders, our team has adapted some remote operations – like sending and signing contracts electronically, video walkthroughs of our listings and virtual client meetings. We have also implemented best practices to keep people safe and reduce the spread of the virus while we continue to help our clients move their lives forward.

While we practice social distancing, we’re also finding creative ways to stay connected to our team! At Windermere, we’re proud to support our agents not only by equipping them with the tools to be successful but also by nurturing a positive team culture.

Typically in the office, owners Randy and Marla Heagle would prepare a homemade breakfast for the agents to enjoy during the weekly sales meetings as they celebrate the teams’ victories and discuss business. Now with the stay-at-home orders, the weekly sales meetings have gone virtual so Randy and Marla started offering “Drive-Thru Dinners” to maintain a strong sense of community while social distancing!


Posted on April 27, 2020 at 9:46 am
Windermere Stanwood Camano | Category: Community

2 responses to “Maintaining Our Sense of Community”

  1. Denise mcdonald says:

    So blessed to be a part of this amazing team and working with an amazing company and owners! Randy and Marla give 200% in everything they do and they do it so well! Cheers!

  2. Nick Seegert says:

    Way to go Randy and Marla, you two are something else, I’m impressed with your sharing with the community.

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