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Business Briefs 05/19/2017

May 18, 2017
Christy Gordon

Gordon joins EXIT

EXIT Realty at The Beach in Berlin recently announced the addition of Christy Gordon to its team of real estate professionals.

Gordon was born and raised in Baltimore County. In 1999, she moved to the Worcester County area to become a “local” and can’t imagine living anywhere else. She retired from a 31-year career in public education in 2011 and obtained her Realtor license the same year.

She represents buyers and sellers, specializing in her home town of Snow Hill as well as serving Stockton and Girdletree, Public Landing, Newark, Berlin/Ocean Pines. Gordon’s clients love her sense of humor, attention to detail and her honesty. She makes every real estate transaction an easy and enjoyable experience for all her clients.

She lives in Public Landing with her husband, Steve. Gordon has three grown children and four grandchildren, all of whom live in the Snow Hill area.

EXIT Realty is a by-invitation-only company focused on the business of real estate. A portion of every transaction fee collected by EXIT Realty Corp. International is applied to its charitable fund. To date, $3.5 million has been pledged to Habitat for Humanity.

New energy system

Atlantic Millwork and Cabinetry, a family owned small business in Lewes, Delaware, specializing in windows, doors, cabinetry, decking and millwork products, recently hosted Delaware Sen. Tom Carper and Kathy Beisner, the acting director for USDA Rural Development in Maryland and Delaware, for a tour of its facility and new solar energy system.

With the aid of a grant from Rural Energy for America Program that covered 25 percent of the cost, Atlantic Millwork & Cabinetry commissioned The CNC Solar Company in Rehoboth Beach to install a 143 kW DC system on the southern facing upper roof of its warehouse.

The 550-panel system has taken Atlantic Millwork & Cabinetry nearly off the grid and provides almost 90 percent of the electricity it takes to operate the offices and warehouse.

For information on Atlantic Millwork & Cabinetry, visit www.atlanticmillwork.com. To learn about the USDA Rural Development Grant, visit www.rd.usda.gov/about-rd/initiatives/sustainable-rural-downtowns-case-studies.

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