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Monthly Archives: November 2020

    Gobbling Up Gratitude

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 30, 2020

    The best part about this time of year is the process of giving thanks. RE/MAX Capitol Properties has been so fortunate during 2020. We have been able to sustain a healthy level of business despite the economic challenges across the Nation. Our real estate agents were able to approach the marketing of listings in new... Read More

    30th Annual Christmas Parade

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 27, 2020

    In 1990, there were 30 floats in the first annual Cheyenne Christmas Parade.  This community tradition was started by a family who had attended various parades in other areas and realized this could be a great addition to the greater Cheyenne area. What began as the Parade of Lights has evolved into a themed parade... Read More

    This Advent Calendar is More Than Chocolate

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 27, 2020

    I love the season of Advent and all the joy that comes with it! This year my friend and colleague Natalie Collins with Edward Jones Investments asked me to join her in a reverse Advent calendar opportunity. Instead of getting one of those delicious daily calendars filled with a small piece of chocolate, it’s a... Read More

    Thank You For Your Trust

    By Steve Prescott | November 26, 2020

    Thinking about Thanksgiving gives me the warm fuzzies. It’s a time of year that I love. I have to use my best willpower to not go overboard with my food indulgences. Holiday food is the best! When I think about healthy habits, I often relate this to fitness. But, it also transfers over to business.... Read More

    Best Curb Appeal For The Holidays

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 25, 2020

    Yard decorations are a great tradition, but before you start pulling boxes out of the attic and untangling lights, make sure your home’s exterior looks great to host your holiday vision. Here are some curb appeal projects to consider. Paint your front door. Giving your door a fresh coat of paint or switching to a... Read More

    It’s the Time of Year for Salvation Army Bells!

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 23, 2020

    Join us in supporting our local Salvation Army as we raise money to help our neighbors. Lexie Leckemby, this year’s chairman of the board shared, Due to COVID-19 the Red Kettle Kick Off Luncheon could not be held in person this year, so we had to transition it to a virtual event. This year has... Read More

    Just Another Merry Monday!

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 22, 2020

    It’s that wonderful time of year again when we kick off Merry Mondays! Don’t miss this year’s Merry Mondays $200 cash giveaway each week starting November 23! For six weeks we will spread some Christmas joy to our winners. We chose to double our weekly giveaway this year knowing how challenging this year has been... Read More

    Rewarding Excellent Real Estate Professionals

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 21, 2020

    Where would RE/MAX Capitol Properties be if we didn’t have talented, experienced real estate professionals? We know for a fact, we would not be a leading real estate agency in Laramie County, Wyoming. Our real estate experts are on the market’s frontlines interacting with clients, building their business, and extending our brand throughout the community.... Read More

    Useful and Appealing: How to Find the Perfect Housewarming Gift

    By Steve Prescott | November 20, 2020

    Thank you to guest blogger Clara Beaufort of for sharing her article with us. Check out her gift giving tips just in time for the holidays, Black Friday shopping, and Christmas shopping! Buying a housewarming gift for a friend or acquaintance is something of an art. Ideally, you’d want to find something that has personal... Read More

    The First Thanksgiving Day Remembrance

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 19, 2020

    In honor of next Thursday being Thanksgiving Day, I would like to use this opportunity to share the words of America’s very first president, George Washington. Whereas it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly to implore... Read More