STRATFORD, Conn. -- William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty had a booth at this year's Stratford Main Street Festival. And Nicole Borsey, regional manager of the firm's Stratford brokerage, got to play hosts.
Borsey encouraging children to make a "Pitt Pineapple." The image of a pineapple symbolizes both hospitality and serves as the company's longstanding logo. In addition to art supplies, the booth supplied William Pitt Sotheby’s trinkets and other marketing materials.
After completing the craft, participating children took a photo with their creations in front of the company's real estate sign.
"Running a table at the Stratford Festival was a wonderful way for the team to get involved in the community, while also showing our 'Sotheby's Pride,'" Borsey said.
"It was a pleasure to see kids excited to draw and decorate our company's pineapple logo, a symbol which means so much to the firm. Thanks to all the volunteers who helped manage our booth, and to everyone involved in making this annual town event yet another tremendous success."
For more information about the firm, visit its website.
In addition to promoting town spirit, the annual Stratford Festival, sponsored by Stratford Rotary and the Milford Bank, educates the public about the many civic, religious, youth and humanitarian organizations available throughout the community. During the event, attendees are able to gain a better understanding for each of the local organizations' functions and purposes, as well as contribute to their causes.
For more information on Stratford’s Main Street Festival, visit its website.