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NAREB Nashville Chapter celebrates Black excellence in real estate with prestigious award ceremony

by PRIDE Newsdesk
Furtesha Woods

Save the date for a night of recognition and celebration of African American professionals in real estate. On July 13, the Nashville chapter of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) will proudly host the Black Excellence in Real Estate Award Ceremony at 14TENN, located at 1410 51st Avenue N. Nashville, Tenn. 37209.

NAREB Nashville President Furtesha Woods shared her anticipation for the upcoming ceremony: “This annual event has become a catalyst for showcasing the diverse talents and skills of Black professionals in the Nashville real estate industry. Our focus on recognizing and celebrating these significant contributions plays a crucial role in increasing representation and breaking down barriers within our sector.”

Since its inception in 1997, NAREB Nashville has been a stalwart advocate for diversity, inclusivity, and economic empowerment within the real estate industry. This non-profit organization is committed to promoting dignity, respect, and equal opportunities for communities of color through an unwavering support of African American real estate professionals.

Set to begin at 6 pm, the award ceremony will feature a theme of Black Professional Attire, a symbol of unity and pride within the community. The event promises to be an evening of celebration, delicious food, uplifting music, and a valuable platform for networking. It aims to foster collaborations and partnerships, contributing to the growth and success of Nashville’s real estate industry.

Woods concludes with a potent message about the ceremony’s potential impact: “By highlighting successful individuals and companies, we inspire others in our community to pursue homeownership, careers, or entrepreneurial ventures in real estate. This recognition serves as a catalyst for change, motivation, and empowerment within the Black community.”

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