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Why I Work by Referral in Champaign, IL

by Rose Price

Relationships Are More Important Than Transactions.

If you are shopping for a home in Champaign, IL, you may have noticed that many real estate agents take a transactional approach to sales-identifying clients, closing the deal, and then moving on to the next one. I choose not to work that way because I believe you deserve more from the professional you decide to work with. That is why I work by referral and have testimonials from happy clients here in Champaign, IL.

Since my primary source of new business is referrals from people who know and trust
me, I don’t have to spend precious time prospecting and promoting myself. I can dedicate
myself fully to the activities that benefit you most, and always deliver truly exceptional
service.

You Control My Business

I know that I must earn your future referrals, so I aim to exceed your expectations. I
have vested interest in making sure that you are completely satisfied at the end of our
transaction together. I want you to be so “fired-up” that you can’t wait to tell your friends
and family about me and the fantastic service you received.

When you come across an opportunity, I appreciate you referring me to great people like
yourself, who would benefit from the excellent service and personal attention I provide.

Service After the Sale

I devote myself to serving the needs of my clients before, during and after each sale.
Instead of disappearing after the closing, you can expect me to keep in touch. I will be
sending valuable information to you each month, and will also be calling from time to
time just to check in and see if you need anything.

I hope you will turn to me for help with any of your real-estate-related needs because it is
such a privilege to work exclusively with people like you who I admire and respect, and
who value the service I provide.

Working by referral is all about trust. And let’s face it, when we are seeking any
service we are looking for someone we can trust-someone proven who comes highly
recommended and is already on our side.

Are you ready to find your dream home in Champaign, IL? Contact me today - I would be happy to help!

 

Rose Price, CIPS, CRP
Prudential Landmark Real Estate
Champaignrose.com


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All Steamed Up Teapot Show

by Rose Price

Calling all tea fanatics! Tea drinking has soared in popularity in recent years and tea and tea drinking accessories are the latest trend. Find an unique piece of art at the invitational teapot show at Cinema Gallery located at 120 W. Main, Urbana.

There will be over 60 teapots by ceramics faculty in Illinois colleges in a wide range of styles and prices.

Support your local Champaign artist and join locals for the All Steamed Up Teapot Show! Click here for location/directions.


 

 

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Illini Farm Toy Show This Sunday, January 8th

by Rose Price

Support local Champaign Agriculture programs by coming out to the Illini Farm Toy Show at the Holiday Inn and Convention Center on Sunday, January 8th from 9am - 2pm.

There will be Open Trading, Live Auctions, a Kiddie Tractor Pull and more. There will be great sales and toys for all ages!

The Holiday Inn- Urbana is located at 1001 Killarney Street, Urbana, IL 61801.

Start off the new year right by supporting our local programs, getting some great deals and having fun with the family at this unique event!

 

 

 

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New Years Eve at High Dive

by Rose Price

High Dive is closing out 2011 in Champaign with a triple-bill of local bands! The current cream of the crop are joined by a reunion of a former top-tier CU rock band. Champagne toast at midnight, complimentary coat check, 400+ balloons, and great time.

$20.00 in advance (and $TBA at the door)

Doors/Bar Open 8:00pm
Temple Of Low Men 9:00-10:15pm
Elsinore 10:45-12:00am
The Dirty Feathers 12:30-1:45am

Make plans now and don’t wait until the last minute to scramble for tickets for this Champaign New Years Eve event!

Have a safe and happy New Year!
 

 

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Join Champaign art enthusiasts at the National Biennial Ceramics Invitational!

Suze Lindsay curates this year’s 13th National Biennial Ceramics Invitational. Suze Lindsay has been a professional potter for over 20 years and is a practicing artist in North Carolina. She was at Penland School of Crafts on a two year fellowship from 1987-89, and subsequently received her MFA from Louisiana State University. Lindsay has selected ceramacists for this exhibition who were former classmates from these institutions and who possess proficient skill in the diverse realm of pottery − some addressing pottery's straightforward utility, others using it as a springborad to produce conceptuaol vessels and other works of art.

Participating artists Margaret Bohls, Jim Brashear, Kathryn Finnerty, Douglas Herren, Maren Kloppmann, Neil Patterson, Jenny Lou Sherburne, Jane Shellenbarger, Janice Strawder and Holly Walker. An accompanying  catalogue for the exhibition will be available .

This free Champaign event runs from December 22nd at 3pm - Monday, January 2nd, 2012 and will be hosted at 
the Parkland Art Gallery at 2400 West Bradley Avenue, Champaign, IL 61821.

 

 

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Spurlock Museum Weekend Events

by Rose Price

There are several exhibitions at the Spurlock Museum in Urbana to check out this weekend. Take a break from the holiday chaos and crowded shops and enjoy a day at the museum!

The Warriors, Guardians and Demons exhibition is currently running. An important part of the Spurlock Museum's Centennial Celebration is honoring the many generous people who have supported the Museum through the donation of artifacts. This lobby exhibit features a selection from the large collection of Asian carvings donated by Mr. Fred Freund.

Als, the museum is hosting the Collecting and Connecting Exhibition.  To mark our 100th year as a vital part of educational and cultural missions of the University and as a resource to local communities, the Spurlock Museum celebrates the people, collections, voices, and ideas that have made our century of service meaningful.

The museum is located at  600 S. Gregory, Urbana. Visit the website for hours and more information.

 

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LovenStampfuls Build-Your-Own Christmas Event!

by Rose Price

Looking for a fun and unique event where you can make homemade holiday gifts? Join fellow Champaign craft enthursiast this Friday, December 9th where you can eat, drink and be merry, of course with several stamping projects to make and take home!

LovenStampfuls is excited to host this festive event. Meg Loven, said this about the event: "The idea is to come up with a variety of fun ways to using stamping when getting ready or decorating for a party. If everyone brings a different type of party item or decoration, then we'll have a fabulous variety of ideas that we can show to customers or use as inspiration for our own upcoming events! Each attendee will bring enough of their item to send one home with everyone else--just like a regular card swap, except for party ideas." 

Register for this Champaign event on the website and decide what you are going to bring! Make sure you bring enough for everyone to take home!

 

 

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The Krannert Center Presents the Nutcracker!

by Rose Price

Visions of sugarplums will dance right before you in this stunning performance of The Nutracker presented by the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.

Herr Drosselmeyer sets in motion Clara’s dreamy night of warrior mice, waltzing flowers, billowing snowflakes, and a nutcracker prince in this production choreographed by Deanna Doty of Champaign Urbana Ballet set to Tchaikovsky’s lush strains played by Sinfonia da Camera.

This performance will last approximately 2 hours and is reccommended for ages 5 and up.

See this holiday classic in Champaign beginning December 2nd and enjoy the show with the whole family!

 




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Holiday Foodbank Fundraiser

by Rose Price

Tis' the season for giving! Make plans to support a great cause and have a great time on Friday, November 25th for the Central Illinois foodbank fundraiser.

The Central Illinois Foodbank collects donated food and grocery items from growers, manufacturers, processors, and wholesalers for distribution to charitable agencies serving people in need.

This community event will be held at The Iron Post at 120 S Race St., Urbana from 5-10pm. Featured musical guest will be Boneyard Jazz Quintet. Make plans to come out for some fun this holiday weekend and bring some canned goods to help out those in need this holiday!

 

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Dance For People With Parkinson's

by Rose Price

Parkinson's disease is a devastating disease that affects thousands of people and sadly has no cure. Krannert Center is hosting an event this Friday, November the 18th along with Mark Morris Dance Group, Unity Parkinson's Disease Support Group, Carle Clinic, Dance at Illinois, and Krannert Center Marianne Jarvi and Kate Kuper, instructors Beverly Hillmer, accompanist.

This workshop originated by the Mark Morris Dance Group and the Brooklyn Parkinson Group focuses on improving mobility, flexibility, balance, range of motion, mood, and overall quality of life. Caregivers, friends of patients, and anyone with mobility issues are welcome to join in this free movement session with live music led by Marianne Jarvi and Kate Kuper of Dance at Illinois. Please dress comfortably for this gentle, full-body workshop.

This event is Friday, November 18th at 10am at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts located at 500 S. Goodwin Ave.,Urbana, IL 61801. Phone  (217) 333-6700
 
 
 
 
 
 
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