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Editor's Letter




Spring is knocking on the door . . . answer it! I know we are all ready to see a little more sunshine and a lot less rain and gray skies. It’s amazing what a beam of light can do to energize our souls.

This time of year, our winter dreams and ideas begin to show signs of life around us. We are also hatching new plans. Often, those new spring plans include making a move. In this issue, we have worked hard to provide you with a resource to help in that change. Our annual real estate issue is always such a delight to create. We get to meet and get to know so many of the local professionals who are completely dedicated to learning the intricacies of the booming Murfreesboro market to make your home buying and selling process a breeze. Not only will you get to know those professionals, but you’ll also learn more about a community initiative to help everyone have a home, as well as the best way to downsize before a move!

The event coverage is also sure to not disappoint. It never ceases to amaze me the numerous
charitable and philanthropic activities that you, the citizens of this great city, continue to organize and hold to benefit our community. From community wide baby showers to help less fortunate new mothers to wine dinners that support local charities, you will find an array of things you will certainly want to mark your calendar to attend next year!

Thank you for your commitment and support of VIP Murfreesboro. You are the reason we do what we do! We also want to give you what you want to see, so let us know how we can support you.

Carrie Beth Catron

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