Orlando Business Journal -- Pete Regules recently was promoted to director of multifamily products and services at CORT. Here, he talks about what he’s glad his employer didn’t know before
Last month, CORT’s Texas division participated in DISH Las Colinas, an annual event hosted by AMLI Residential, one of the preeminent multifamily companies in the nation focused on the development, acquisition and management of luxury apartment communities across the United States.
CORT recently volunteered at Fort Leavenworth’s fifth annual “Run for the Fallen,” which is a three-mile non-competitive race honoring fallen United States military veterans. The “Run for the Fallen” originated in
CORT’s former National Facilities Design Manager, and now a member of the Work Place Solutions Group, David Dillon recently returned from a trip to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he joined several members of his platoon who served together during the Vietnam War.
CORT’s Furniture Rental and Clearance Center in Raleigh, North Carolina, recently collected food donations for Housing for New Hope to help those in need. Housing for New Hope filled a moving truck with food and household items to stock the pantries of people in the Triangle region of North Carolina that are transitioning from homelessness into stable housing.
Earlier this month, the CORT Furniture Rental and Clearance Center in Austin, Texas, brought together the local community to compete in its third annual “Operation Chili Challenge,” which benefited Heroes Night Out Veterans Resource Center! Heroes Night Out is a non-profit organization that provides veterans and their families easy access to much-needed services during the holiday season, including meals, Christmas gifts and other holiday support.
With Veterans Day approaching, we are reminded of the sacrifice that our nation’s military and their families make for our country. Although Veterans Day only occurs once a year, it’s
Results reveal 80 percent planning to support children financially, with tuition and housing as the biggest cost concerns College tuition costs continue to skyrocket nationwide, but most parents are still planning