The J. Beard Real Estate Company was happy to be a part of the “Cocktails & Conversation” event welcoming Houston Methodist Hospital to the community. Pictured are Lisa Hughes, Michelle Willard and Lindsey McKean.
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Jeff Beard recently attended Stewart Title’s 6th Annual Realtor & Builder Economic Outlook Seminar featuring guest speaker Dr. Ted Jones, Chief Economist – Senior Vice President for Stewart Title Guaranty Company. Mr. Jones highlighted that Houston gained 15,000 jobs in 2016 and projected 40,000 new jobs in 2017.Also noted was that Houston ranks 2nd for the highest potential population growth market in the United States.
Pictured left to right are Julie Colwell, Lisa Hughes, and Diana Gaines at The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce’s Economic Outlook Conference, themed “Fully Charged: Moving Forward” held on Feb. 27 at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center. The J. Beard Real Estate Company served as a Platinum Sponsor and featured an informational booth.
The J. Beard Real Estate Company served as the Valet Sponsor of the “Wings, Wheels & Heels” event which benefitted Angel Reach, a non-profit organization that helps abused, neglected, and homeless foster youth in our local community. The event was held on April 8 at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion’s House of Blues.
We participated as a Title Sponsor of the Woodforest National Bank Supplier Charity Golf Tournament on March 21 at Woodforest Golf Club, which benefitted the Woodforest Charitable Foundation and the many charities it supports.
We attended the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Texas Conference& Deal Making in Dallas on October 5-7. Shown from left are Jeff Tinsley, Rosa Dye, Kyle Kretsinger and Lindsey McKean.
We participated as a sponsor of the Houston Business Journal’s “The Woodlands Means Business” Power Breakfast held Oct. 7 at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott. A diverse panel of speakers addressed our area’s top opportunities and challenges across industry sectors. Pictured from left are Lisa Hughes, Sean Durkin, Tim Maczko, Ryan Hutson, Neal King, and Karyn Jackson Stephens.
This year we will return our support as a Bus & Ticket Sponsor for the 21st Annual Children’s Festival at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. This sponsorship provides transportation and ticket funding for title one schools experiencing financial setbacks so that their students can enjoy the festival experience.
On October 1, we served as a “Community Leader” sponsor of The Woodlands Celebration of Excellence Gala which honored the 2016 Hometown Heroes and benefitted Interfaith of The Woodlands. Our own Rosa Dye was recognized as a 2002 Hometown Hero. Pictured from left are Linda & Steve Crumley, John & Pat Batiste, Rosa Dye, Christian Collins (from Congressman Kevin Brady’s Office) and Katheryn LaRae.