Colonial Heights VA Realtors Training Real Estate Agent Recruitment Announced

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Colonial Heights, Virginia realtors Weichert Realtors, Brockwell & Associates announced real estate agent recruitment. They provide real estate agents with continuous industry training.

Weichert Realtors, Brockwell & Associates, a real estate agency located in Colonial Heights, Virginia announced real estate agent recruitment and training. The company specializes in providing new and experienced real estate agents with continuous education.

More information can be found at https://www.weichert-recruiting.com

The newly launched service provides new and experienced real estate agents with constant training and guidance to advance their careers.

According to the experts from Weichert Realtors, Brockwell & Associates, many new real estate agents are often left to figure things out for themselves after being certified. They receive no additional training and no support in jumpstarting their real estate career. This leads them to become discouraged and makes it harder for them to find listings, close deals and get the success and income they hoped to achieve.

By joining Weichert Realtors, Brockwell & Associates, new recruits are guaranteed to receive continuous learning in all aspects of the industry and real estate brokerage. They will

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Satterfield’s ‘2.0’: From the design to the menu, here’s what’s changed at the Cahaba Heights restaurant

Satterfield’s restaurant in Cahaba Heights spent the first portion of January working on a redesign. After closing for more than two weeks for interior renovation and menu development, the restaurant reopened on Tuesday, January 19.

“I’ve been blessed to have such a long-standing loyal following even through a pandemic,” chef and proprietor Becky Satterfield said in a press release. “I’m excited to give our community a fresh new take on the restaurant, both with the menu and the décor.”

Patrons of Satterfield’s may remember the restaurant’s previous interior: red walls accented with oil paintings of vegetables and baskets of bread. A collaboration by Creative Design Properties and Jessica Brasfield Mackin of Nadeau Birmingham, Satterfield’s renovation boasts a more modern design with pendant lighting, black and white photography, and a new metallic gold bar.

Becky Satterfield is back on board as executive pastry chef. Chris Harrigan now helms the kitchen as executive chef and Leah Harrigan is the restaurant’s new general manager. The husband and wife team, who joined Satterfield’s from sister restaurant  El Zun Zun, replace executive chef and general manager Rita Bernhardt and William Barial III.

Satterfield's staff 2021

(left to right) Satterfield’s executive Chef Chris Harrigan, chef and owner Becky Satterfield,

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The pandemic propelled gardening to new heights. Will the trend last?

Will the gardening trend continue?

Gardening made history this spring, evidenced by Burpee Seed Co. selling more seed in March than any time in their 144-year history. Johnny’s Selected Seed noted a 270{ac967ad544075fb2f6bcea1234f8d91da186cac15e616dc329e302b7c7326b8c} increase in normal spring sales. Stokes Seed Co. sold four times its normal quantity of gardening products.

The coronavirus set off a global gardening boom that’s been compared to the Victory Gardens of World Wars I and II, in which American and British citizens grew food to support the war effort and to feed their families. As this year’s pandemic caused localized shortages of food and fresh produce, even though temporary, more people desired to have greater control over their food supply through gardening.

More people in 2020 started or resumed gardening to have greater control over their food supply. Forum file photo

More people in 2020 started or resumed gardening to have greater control over their food supply. Forum file photo

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This year saw greater participation in community gardening, the rise of boulevard and vacant lot gardens, and gardens planted for the sole purpose of donating to others in need.

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Volunteers Bob Baumann and Annie Prafcke work to plant fruit trees June 18, 2020, in the Community Orchard for Growing Together Community Gardens and North Dakota State University Extension in Fargo's Rabanus Park. Forum file photo

Volunteers Bob Baumann and Annie Prafcke work to plant fruit trees June 18, 2020, in

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