On a beautiful April night in Dallas, the valets ran non-stop as the “Who’s Who” of North Texas real estate arrived for what turned out to be the real estate professions party of the year. Over 300 poured into the Goss-George Foundation building on Turtle Creek Blvd, in the Dallas Design District to party, but along the way, they raised over $75,000 for the Texas Real Estate Political Action Committee (TREPAC) education.
Dallas Realtor Johnny Mowad and Kimberly Addison Kramer, Vice President of Lathram Pou & Associates, Lawyer’s Title, co-chaired this year’s event. “We are ecstatic with the results of this year’s auction” remarked Kramer, adding “all the funds raised are designated for educating real estate professionals about protecting private property rights”
The evening which included an art exhibition and live and silent auctions was one of the group’s best to date. Noted Dallas auctioneer and real estate broker, Mike Jones, President of United Country Auction Services and his team oversaw the live auction portion of the evening. “As a Texas real estate broker and educator myself, this is a very important group to me personally, needless to say, it was an amazing night!” adding, “the energy was high and you could tell during the live auction and the fund-a-need portion it was adding up quickly” The group is already preparing for the 2015 TREPAC White Party.