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PUBLISHER’S LETTER

A REPRIEVE FROM NEGATIVITY

W

atch the news and you would think the world is ending. Sit back and read these positive stories of real estate professionals doing extraordinary things.

It seems we hear about strife everywhere we turn these days— whether it is in the Middle East, the damage and death caused by hurricanes and typhoons or the U.S. Presidential election process. After a while, one’s senses tend to tune it out.

www.loremagazine.com Steve Murray

Publisher smurray@realtrends.com Tracey C. Velt

Editor-in-Chief tvelt@realtrends.com David Grassnick

For some, reading is a peaceful pursuit, especially when you get to read stories like those in this issue of LORE. Most of this content is about regular people striving to make a difference in other people’s lives—selflessly. Whether it is through the Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate organization building homes in El Salvador, Anthony Marguleas’ goal of raising enormous sums to help others or Author Jim Collins talking about his passion for helping people become better leaders, it is refreshing to learn that there are people who have a passion for helping others. Should you find yourself wishing for a few peaceful minutes and wanting to be reinvigorated by stories of everyday heroes, kick your feet up and enjoy this issue of LORE. It will be well worth your time.

Stephen H. Murray Publisher

Graphic Designer chiefcreative@msn.com Bryan Warrick

Creative Director bwarrick@realtrends.com Doniece Welch

Advertising dwelch@realtrends.com 303-741-1000 Lore magazine is published online via Issuu four times a year—in February, May, August and November—by REAL Trends Inc. 7501 Village Square Drive, Ste. 200 Castle Rock, CO 80108 (303) 741-1000 Free Subscriptions: Click Here or call 303-741-1000 psalley@realtrends.com

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