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About Tripp My joy comes when I help buyers and sellers fulfill their dreams, therefore I do everything I can to assist them. Having served clients here and abroad, I have learned to better understand and identify with the wants and needs of today's luxury buyers and sellers. From vacant land to oceanfront homes, I am dedicated to achieving complete customer satisfaction by offering an unrivalled devotion to getting the job done. With over 20 years in advertising, marketing and sales, I can offer both buyers and sellers the professionalism, dedication and perseverance that today's real estate market demands. I hold the designations of Accredited Buyers Representative, Certified Residential Specialist and Dale Sorensen Real Estate Top Producer. Let me make your dream a reality.

Tripp Hernandez Currently Tripp has 5 properties under contract and 12 Sales in the last year. Under Contract

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Selling more listings, Representing more buyers.

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The Kilted Mermaid is a fun casual spot that features fondue and small plate dishes paired with great beverage choices. Choose from an array of craft beers bottled and on draft, a varied selection wines (served in decent glasses) and even delicious French press coffee. Yes all the stuff we love! So what can we say, The Kilted Mermaid has it going on. It is hard to put “The Mermaid� in a particular genre as it could be considered a cool bar with light fare or a small fondue cafe with lounge hours but one thing is certain, it offers a cool vibe that is hard to resist. Currently the entertainment includes: Rock, Paper, Scissors tournaments on Tuesday nights, Open Mike night on Wednesdays, Trivia on Thursday, and live music on Friday and Saturdays. Source: www.verobeachresturants.com

The Kilted Mermaid is open five days each week, Tuesday - Sat., 5pm-1am. 11935 Old Dixie Highway, Vero

Touch Tank Encounter Date October 1, 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 25, 29 Time 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Enjoy a real hands-on experience with the critters which occupy our Touch Tank in the new Discovery Station; you'll enjoy gently and safely interacting with the small animals in the tank. Volunteers are on hand to describe the animals and show you how best to touch them. What an experience! No Reservations Necessary and

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Boeing- Boeing October 27th - November 13th 2011 The results are in for Florida Monthly magazine's annual "Best of Florida 2011" contest and Vero Beach is officially the state's "Friendliest Small Town." Overall, 14 first, second and third-place awards were received by businesses and attractions in Indian River County. Some of those receiving accolades include McKee Botanical Garden, the Environmental Learning Center, the Vero Beach High School Athletics Program, the Vero Beach Book Center, Deep Six Watersports, the Vero Beach Museum of Art and the Sebastian Inlet State Park. It was the 16th year for the magazine's competition, which asks more than 115,000 print subscribers to nominate their favorites across 139 different categories. People write in their suggestion for their choice in each category and then submit their selection via e-mail or snail mail to publisher Doug Cifers. The magazine, which is based in Altamonte Springs, collates the results and announced the winners in its September edition.

Riverside Theatre October 14th - 15th The Comedy Zone Presents: Frankie Paul Frankie Paul is fast becoming a prominent force in the world of comedy! Frankie has a unique knack for taking a typically unnoticeable situation to new levels of hysterics. ...Frankie Paul is complete gas! Huge Laughs throughout! - Florida Today ...Truly one to watch! Frankie Paul is hilarious, a true star in the making! - Leon Hounshell, Uni-


If you were one of more than 500 visitors to last year’s Trick-or-Treat at McKee BOOtanical Garden, you’ve already experienced the fun of a garden packed with creative scarecrows. This year, the display has expanded to two weeks - from Oct. 15 through Oct. 31 - and promises to be even bigger, better and zanier. Here’s your chance to join in!

Inventory continues to decline as the number of units sold continues to grow. In August of 2009 Indian River County had 4200 homes for sale, in August of 2010 we had 3700 homes for sale and in August of 2011 we had only 2500 homes for sale. This is a 30% decrease from the previous year and a 40% decline since 2009.


In the Tradition of Wyeth: Contemporary Watercolor Masters October 1, 2011 - January 15, 2012 Supporting Sponsor: Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Henderson Patron Sponsors: Laura and Bill Frick, and Marie C. Stiefel Our fall exhibition in the Holmes Gallery will be built around the Museum’s newly acquired painting by Andrew Wyeth, The Wales Farm. While the exhibition also features four other Wyeth paintings, the majority of the watercolors in the show will be the work of living artists including Stephen Scott Young, Ray Ellis, Dean Mitchell, William Matthews, Kathy Caudill, Alan Shuptrine, Hubert Shuptrine, Duncan Simmons, Leslie Frontz, and Thomas Owen. While these masters of watercolor are great technicians, they embrace Andrew Wyeth’s sentiment that “to be interested solely in technique would be a very superficial thing . . . .” Without exception, they express great feeling in their work, while exploring the profound relationships between human beings and the world of the senses through their chosen medium. No artist in the history of American art had more influence on the appreciation of watercolor than Andrew Wyeth. His ability to work with watercolor in a variety of ways, from “drybrush” to layered washes, and his flair for subtly dramatic composition gained new respect for watercolor as a serious medium. Every professional watercolorist working today owes Wyeth a debt, whether they were directly inspired by his masterworks or more generally by his larger-than-life presence in the art world.


Substance Awareness Council October 12: Lee Corso, one of college football's most knowledgeable, opinionated analysts on ESPN on College GameDay, will be the guest speaker at Substance Awareness Council's fall fundraiser from 6:30-9 p.m. at Quail Valley River Club. Proceeds from the event will help support the prevention and treatment of substance abuse in Indian River County. The evening will include a three-course dinner followed by a speech by Lee Corso. Tickets are $175 per person or $1,200 for group tables. Seating is limited, and tickets may be purchased online at www.sacirc.org or by calling 770-4811.

Bowl To Build For Habitat October 23: It's time again for the fifth annual Bowl to Build at Vero Bowl benefiting Indian River Habitat for Humanity. Proceeds from the event will support the organization's educational scholarship program. Registration begins at 1 p.m. and bowling starts at 1:45 p.m. The entry fee of $30 includes three games, shoe rental and a teeshirt. There will be prizes awarded in several categories. All skill levels are welcomed to bowl as an individual, family or five-member team. For more information call 562-9860, ext. 232 or email dparcher@irchabitat.org.

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I need listings to sell. As stated in the beginning of this newsletter, I have sold over 12 properties this year and have 5 listings under contract. In today’s market I have been able to succeed in selling my clients homes by utilizing all the technology that is available to me though Dale Sorensen Real Estate as well as the marketing tools I use. Some of those are free tools and some I have invested substantial funds in, but more importantly they are tools that help sell properties. As this year nears an end and next “Season� is right around the corner it is very important that I build up my stable of listings. If you are thinking of selling or know someone who is, please let them know that I am here to help guide them through the sales process. You already know my commitment to my clients and you also know that I am a full time Realtor dedicating all of my time to selling properties. I appreciate your support. Sincerely, Tripp Hernandez Dale Sorensen Real Estate Certified Residential Specialist Accredited Buyers Representative 772-539-1980


Did you enjoy this newsletter? If so, please forward this e-mail along to your family and friends. To be added to my newsletter mailing list please email me at tripp@sorensenrealestate.com. To search for homes in Vero Beach Florida, please log onto: www.everobeachhomes.com. As the leading Vero Beach Real Estate company, Dale Sorensen Real Estate has the resources to implement a local, regional, national and international marketing plan. Through our local marketing dominance, as well as our national and international networks, we showcase your property to some of the most qualified buyers in the world. I look forward to the opportunity to assist your with your real estate needs. Thank you , Tripp Hernandez

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