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It’s a long-held tradition to kick-off rodeo season with a highly competitive chili cook-off and karaoke contest just before Rodeo Houston starts. Our newest associates are “officially” part of the Caldwell team once they’ve taken the mic and entertained us with their best performances. It’s always a great time of celebration and we just can’t help singing the praises of everyone who joined in! Follow us on Facebook to see all the exciting things happening at Caldwell Companies.
Our vision is to enrich the lives of the people in the communities we serve. That’s why over the past few months, we’ve been featuring stories form some of our customers to highlight how Caldwell’s real estate services have made a real impact on them and their businesses. We’ve been pleased to share these experiences and hope they may inspire you to reach out to Caldwell for your real estate needs.
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Caldwell Companies announces that Ray Laughter has joined the company and will serve as Vice President of Business Development. In this position, Laughter will focus on Caldwell's commercial development services and partnership opportunities with Texas communities.
Did you know that teachers spend about $500 of their own money each year on school supplies? That's over $1.6 billion spent on school supplies nation wide! In an effort to support the school districts in the communities we serve, Caldwell associates rallied together to gather school supplies for Holbrook Elementary. Associates were split into teams to see who could bring in the most school supplies which included backpacks, composition books, markers, crayons, pencils, paper, kleenex, and much more.
Caldwell was pleased to particiapte in helping officers from Precinct 4 feel some appreciation from their community after a local church organized an Honor the Blue event along with local businesses.
Each of the nearly 700 officers based out of Cypresswood Station received a vacuum-insulated, stainless steel tumbler etched with a prayer of protection and stuffed with thank you notes and coupons from local vendors.