Today's turtle run is also going to be a future Mixpo jammy dedicated to my Club Chaos family members and most excellent blogging buddies Josef Katz, Paul Slaybaugh, Melody Botting, Deborah Burroughs, Lisa Friedman and Kristin Moran.
Josef is the Vice President, Marketing for Trump University. In this role, Mr. Katz is responsible for creating the marketing vision and strategy that drives the University's growth. With a focus on testing and data analytics, Mr. Katz brings methodology and accountability to Trump University's marketing programs and has played a major role in the development of these programs. If you have not read his blog, please click on the link above and it will take you to some very interesting reading.
Paul has a remarkable way with words and I am a huge Slaybaugh fan. If you haven't read his blog, you are truly missing out on some outstanding prose. There is an excellent AR E-book for members only in progress. Those blog chapters are a must read.
What can I say about the incomparable Melody Botting? I know - I wanna be a Mel Minnie Me Realtor! Seriously! Kudos and congrats to Mel on new business venture. I hope to follow in her footsteps one day soon. Lisa Friedman, Deborah Burroughs and Kristin Moran are voices you do not want to miss. In "Wait, can you run that by me again..." Kristin touches upon the subject of real estate fraud. That one certainly got my dander up. I highly recommend that you subscribe and bookmark all six of these blogs. You will not be disappointed in their perspectives. From veteran to newbie blogger, they all have something valuable to say and share. I am particularly fond of eye candy, so make sure you check out the sunset on Deb's latest volcano series here.
Parkway Village, Queens County, New York is a very lovely area. It was originally constructed during the 1940s to house diplomats and employees assigned to the United Nations. This approximately 34 acre spread is located within the confines of Main Street, Union Turnpike, Parsons Blvd and the service road of the Grand Central Parkway. Depending upon where you are standing in Parkway Village, you are either in Jamaica or Kew Garden Hills. Residents are serviced by Community School Districts 75, 28 and 26. I have several friends who live in the complex as well as a lovely 2 bedroom listing here. There are 675 Co-ops arranged in small groupings around court yards and other landscaped common areas. One garden apartment resident even planted grapes in her private backyard. It happens to be a favorite visiting spot of Noah and Stephen, especially since her fenced in backyard opens into a lovely common yard adjacent to the GCP that is huge.
Here's a little eye candy from my turtle run. Enjoy!
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