April 20, 2017
Premier Properties celebrates its 30th year in business in 2017.
We operate offices in North Easton, Raynham, and Martha’s Vineyard.
Premier Properties primarily services a geographic region that takes in and extends across Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod and the Islands, and throughout the Metropolitan Boston area.
Our 40 licensed brokers are highly knowledgeable, dedicated, and committed to delivering personalized and customized service on every on every purchase and sale.
Premier Properties professionalism and values are fundamental to why children of our first customers become our customers.
We also honor a responsibility to give to and be productively engaged in the communities in which do business.
Our brokers and the people who work for our business partners live in and are active in these communities.
In keeping with honoring this responsibility, Premier Properties is delighted to host and co-sponsor a cultural event that will be held this weekend.
The event is Easton Then and Now — An Art Exhibit to Honor Our Hometown History Through a Contemporary Lens.
Easton Then and Now will be held at the Premier Properties North Easton office at 99 Main Street.
On Saturday, the exhibit will be open from 3 to 8 pm, with wine and cheese offered. On Sunday, the exhibit runs open from 10 am to 2 pm, with coffee, tea, and danish.
Admission is free.
Presenters of the event are Easton residents Amy McMannis, who launched and administers the highly popular Easton Stories Facebook Page; Pam Foley, also a Premier Properties broker; and Eric Lothrop, a professional photographer.
Featured in the exhibit will be historic photos from Easton’s past, photos of recent vintage taken by Pam Foley and Eric Lothrop, and drawings by Pam.
Back on December 29, we posted in this space about Pam’s drawings and photography, with samples of her excellent work. Please click here to be taken to the post.
Sponsoring the event along with Premier Properties are The Farmer’s Daughter restaurant and the soon-to-be-open The Township restaurant, both located on Main Street in North Easton; and Keel Vodka.
“Easton is a special place, with special people, and Premier Properties is privileged to do business here and serve the town’s residents,” said Lenny Altieri, co-owner and co-founder of Premier Properties. “We are honored to help celebrate the history of the town through this photography exhibit.”
It will be a lot of fun — Easton Then and Now.
Premier Properties hopes you stop by.