Bicycling Realty Group of KW Metro Center is organizing two inaugural holiday real estate pop-ups!
The first one will be held at Conte’s Bike Shop, 3449 Wilson Boulevard, on Saturday, December 7 from 12-5 p.m. The second takes place Sunday, December 15, at Acme Pie Company, located at 2803 Columbia Pike, 3-6:30 p.m.
We are thrilled to announce that Olympia Moving & Storage, HMS Home Warranty and Arlington’s Universal Title will be co-sponsoring both holiday pop-ups!
We will be collecting donations, both nonperishable food items (see list of most needed items below), as well as contributions for the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC). Holiday treats, fun real estate goodies & info will also be provided. Mama’s Donut Bites Truck, with its delicious cider donuts, is scheduled to join on the 7th! On the 15th, come taste some of the best pie you have ever had, from the Acme Pie Company. What’s not to love about pop-ups, especially during the holidays.
For more information on the event call 703-819-4915 or [email protected].
AFAC is most in need of the following low sugar & low sodium items: Canned tuna, canned soup, canned vegetables, peanut butter (in plastic jars) and cereal.
Hope you can join us for our first ever inaugural holiday pop-ups!
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