(Victorvielle)–—Lee & Associates, one of the largest commercial real estate
brokerage firms in the country, is looking forward to the annual mixer they’ve
dubbed “HoLEEwood.” While the first 50 guests will receive a “HoLEEwood” gift
bag, the real winners are the communities where Lee & Associates operates as this
year the firm is truly mixing things up by donating all proceeds of the opportunity
drawing to a local food drive.
The annual networking event has always been meant to connect with the
communities Lee & Associates serves and this year it holds special meaning, as it
will kick off the “SOUPer Bowl of Caring,” a food drive spearheaded by the six Rotary
Clubs in the High Desert region. The event comes at just the right time as food
pantries often run low this time of year as holiday donations begin to run out.
Lee & Associates President Donald P. Brown, a longtime Rotarian, said “Rotary is all
about service above self, and this is just one more way to give back to the local
community. The food drive will serve the hungry people in this community that
have been hit hard by the economic downturn.” High Desert poverty rates are
between 13% for Apple Valley and over 22% for Adelanto.
In a sign that things might be turning around, Lee & Associates, one of the longest
running commercial brokerage and leasing firms in the High Desert, is gaining
momentum. The company recently hired a new agent to keep up with its growth and
another of its agents just won two prestigious CoStar Power Broker Awards.
“This community has always been good to us, so we are always finding ways to
return the favor,” added Brown. “This annual event is just one of the ways we do
To support the “SOUPer Bowl of Caring” join Lee & Associates Inland Empire North
for a night out with the stars from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on May 10 at the Lee & Associates
Headquarters located at 14369 Park Avenue in Victorville.
Please RSVP to Heather Ford at hford@lee‐associates.com or 760.241.5211 ext. 238.
The mixer is not a project of Rotary International (RI) and RI does not contribute
financially to the mixer.