Salisbury, Md. – The Coastal Association of REALTORS® (Coastal) held its annual Bowling for Business Cards networking event and competition on Friday, January 25, 2019 at SouthBound Alley in Salisbury.

Team Wells Fargo won first place in Coastal’s annual Bowling for Business Cards event. (From left) Brandon Johnson, Renee Winter, Ken Lee, and Erik Weeg

Sixteen teams of Coastal members and guests competed to earn the top three scores. Winners received trophies and gift cards. First place went to Team Wells Fargo, comprised of Brandon Johnson, Renee Winter, Ken Lee, and Erik Weeg. Second place went to Coldwell Banker Bowlers, comprised of Greg Erdie, Steve Parsons, Brad Rayfield, and Tim Dennis. Third place went to Mortgage Network Team One, comprised of David Bailey, David Corey, Max Corey, and Patrick Clark.

Prizes were also awarded for first “turkey,” highest score, and lowest score.

The event was sponsored by Coastal affiliates Prime Lending and Brennan Title Company.

In addition to bowling, the event featured networking, refreshments, and prize drawings.

“We nearly doubled the number of teams we had last year, which goes to show that this event will just keep growing,” said Coastal President Bernie Flax. “Congratulations to all the winners. We hope everyone had fun and made good connections.”

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The Coastal Association of REALTORS® is fortunate enough to represent over 1,000 real estate professionals in Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester Counties. These members are engaged, informed, and active in their communities. They support the American dream of homeownership, as well as the purchase and use of all types of real property. They are local. They are accurate. They are trusted. They are REALTORS® and affiliate members.

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