This year after Brandon Boldrini, spoke to one of his good friends Craig about his daughter’s battle with cancer, his friend was expressing how their is little to know help to post cancer treatments. Brandon is truly a good person that cares for everyone not only through his business but outside of that as well. Normally he doesn’t post or make public the kind gestures that he is involved with, but this year we wanted to make it known that he was on a mission to help his friend and family by donating a portion of his proceeds from this years sales to help. Brandon feels that is important to not only help those around you if you have the means to, but to cherish life, as it is so fragile “as you will only live once, As far as we know he says.” Brandon says he will donate up to $500 of his proceeds from a closed real estate transaction. He expressed that working either with a buyer or a seller and the transaction has to be atleast 100k to achieve this goal. If anyone is willing to match or assist with donations please do so in Elizabeths Name to The Phoenix Children’s Hospital. We appreciate your generosity.
Elizabeth Cameron, a strong 14 year old, has beat Ewing’s sarcoma, a type of tumor that forms from a certain kind of cellin bone or soft tissue, through the help and support of many, she now is a childhood cancer advocate, which definitely ROCKS!
Brandon says if you would like to help this beautiful young girl and her family to visit: The Little Gold Warrior
Finding this happy go-lucky Husky/Malamute on February 23rd was more than Brandon bargained for, after getting a call from Brandon’s girlfriend’s daughter that she had found this dog in Tempe and him to pick it up. Brandon already lives in a household of 3 dogs and 1 cat, that he is allergic too, so you know what he was thinking. He said ok but they had to find his owner right away. The Chip information was bad, the dog did not get along with the other dogs and almost ate the cat Brandon said, but after a few hours with this power house and lovable dog he said the whole family was falling fast so he had to work fast to find the owner. He said he wouldn’t give it up to a shelter unless for sure they gave everything to find the owner.
So he said he is better at marketing for other people or things than actually himself so thats what he did, he said he put the dog up on every lost and found site possible and then he ran a Facebook ad on Social Media that ran for 24 hours. He told me he was door knocking at 6pm when he got home until 9:30 at night asking people if they have seen the dog or knew of the owners. He met a great guy whom in which turned out to be a real estate appraiser that lives in the area, and helped him as well. He said after knocking doors and it was getting late he had to figure out where the dog would sleep. He chewed up his back door and almost ate the cat, so he said the dog ended up sleeping in his bedroom.
The next Day he said he walked the dog again using neighbors if they have seen the dog and mail lady if she knew where the dog lived. No-one knew who owned the dog and never has seen it before. After a couple more hours went buy Brandon said he got a call and numerous texts from someone that lived in the Coronado District in Phoenix that claimed that the dog was his. He spoke to the gentleman on the phone and after vetting him for a few hours, the family made a decision that they knew this person had owned the dog and is the rightful owner. So after 24 hours – Facebook came through. Brandon and his family met up with the owner at a local park and made a new friend or should I say he made two new friends.