RE/MAX Malta to offer hot air balloon rides in aid of Community Chest Fund [Malta Independent, The]
(Malta Independent, The Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) To commemorate the company's 10 th year anniversary on the 17 th & 18 th of July, RE/MAX Maltawill be bringing to Malta the iconic hot air balloon which will be set up for vertical rides for children from 8pm onwards, on both nights.
Moreover, the company has organised a family fun area for children which will have Bouncing Castles, Mega Slides, Bungee Runs, Face paintingand other entertainment. There will also be food & drink stalls for patrons enjoying a family evening out.
The Hot Air Balloon is twenty three metres in height and will be hoisted with steal roping several metres above the ground. A number of fortunate children will be able to experience the opportunity of a life time to take a ride inside the basket of the Balloon.
As part of their corporate social responsibility programme and their newly founded foundation, RE/MAX & friends Foundation, the company will be donating the entrance fee and all other proceeds from this event to the Community Chest Fund.
Speaking about the celebrations, Kevin Buttigieg, CEO & Managing Director of RE/MAX Malta said "As the largest stake holder in the real estate industry we feel that it is our responsibility to give back to the community and there has been no better opportunity to do this than our 10 year anniversary."
The climax of the 10 th anniversary celebrations will culminate during an private receptionwhich will be held at the parade grounds of Manoel Island on the 19 th July where the Hot Air Balloon will be on display.
RE/MAX Malta was the first International real estate franchise which was brought to Malta and since then has taken the real estate market by storm.
Re/Max Malta started operations in 2004 from an office in St Julian's and today has 14 offices and over 220 affiliates working with the company. The company will be opening another two new offices in a fortnight's time.
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