At RE/MAX Capitol Properties we have always been SOLD on our community and we couldn’t be more excited about the opportunity to support our 2021 Seniors!
The foundation was put into place last year for the 2020 seniors when their graduations were impacted by COVID19. The seniors and their families loved seeing their own signs around town! Knowing this we jumped at the chance to get involved with this special project honoring this year’s seniors!
For more information about the cause and how you can get involved below is the press release:
Western Vista Credit Union, Black Hills Energy, RE/MAX Capitol Properties and Downtown Development Authority (DDA) are pleased to announce their annual partnership to sponsor “Signs for Seniors!”
“Signs for Seniors was a huge success last year,” said Lorrell Walter, senior vice president of marketing and member experience at Western Vista Credit Union. “The project was launched last year when we realized that the Class of 2020 was not going to be able to participate in senior year traditions. We recognize that this year’s graduates have also experienced a number of challenges and want to be sure and recognize their accomplishments.”
Each graduate will have their name and photo placed on a light pole banner in the City of Cheyenne. Banners will be placed in the parking lots of each high school, throughout the downtown corridor, and on a few city streets.
“We are so proud to once again be part of this collaboration to honor our high school seniors,” said Laurie Farkas, community affairs manager at Black Hills Energy. “Our community spirit will continue to shine through the obstacles placed in our way by the pandemic.”
“We are thrilled to partner with Western Vista, Black Hills Energy, and the DDA on Signs for Seniors,” said Stephanie Prescott, director of growth and development at RE/MAX Capitol Properties. “We have always been SOLD on our community and happen to be very in love with one of the Central seniors! We wish the Class of 2021 great success!
Last year, many seniors took photos in caps and gowns, sports uniforms, and letter jackets with their sign. The Signs for Seniors team is encouraging students to do the same this year.
“We enjoyed seeing last year’s graduates and their families looking for their banners in the downtown area last year,” said Amber Ash, DDA executive director. “We look forward to welcoming the Class of 2021 in the same way.”
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
- TAKE A PICTURE Seniors – when the signs are hung, find the location of your banner and have someone take a picture of you standing beside it. Get creative – wear your cap and gown, prom attire, sports uniform, letterman jacket or other school spirit gear! Share your photos on social media using #signsforseniorscheyenne
- GET SOCIAL Follow our Facebook page, Signs for Seniors – Cheyenne. This page will keep you updated on the status of the signs. This page will serve as a gathering place for seniors and their families and friends to share and view all the images.