5 numbers could win you $500

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10/03/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Here’s how to get a chance at $500 and stay in the loop about your industry:

Just text txrealtors to 30644

… and you’ll be signed up to receive REALTOR® Party Mobile Alerts.

Don’t worry—we won’t go overboard
You’ll only get alerts when something important deserves your attention, like when TAR or NAR implements a legislative call for action or when your personalized voting guide is ready during election season.

You mentioned cash?
Texas REALTORS® who sign up by October 31 will be entered into a drawing to win $500. Check out the complete rules at texasrealestate.com/sweepstakes.

Categories: Members, Governmental Affairs
Tags: texting, realtor party, governmental affairs, national association of realtors, 30644, mobile alerts


Comments

Jaime Lee on 10/11/2016

@Virginia C. Muller: Just send a text message from your phone to 30644 with the word txrealtors ... and you’ll be signed up! If you send it by Oct.16, you’ll be entered in the $500 drawing.

Virginia C Muller on 10/11/2016

sign me up for the REALTOR party Mobile Alerts.  Thank you.

Jaime Lee on 10/07/2016

@Jim Alford: As a Texas REALTOR®, you just have to send a text message to 30644 that says txrealtors ... and you’ll be signed up! Send it by Oct. 16 and you’ll be entered in the drawing to win $500.

-Jaime Lee, TAR staff

Jim Alford on 10/06/2016

Sign me up.


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