Agi Vermes Smith Group December Newsletter
Message from Agi
As we near the end of another year, I hope you can look back and reminisce about the wonderful memories you created with friends and family. December is when many of us will celebrate traditions that have been passed down for generations within our families. Rolling into another year, I ask that we take a moment to recognize how lucky we are in all areas of our lives, including living in this great Country.
I wish all of you great health, happiness, and much love for your holiday and the New Year.
AgiSmith@Comcast.net, 707.363.9896, www.AgiSmithRealEstate.com
You are cordially invited to share some holiday cheer at our Engel & Voelkers Napa location at 1408 2nd St on Thursday, December 5th from 4-7 PM. Wine & light appetizers will be served. Please RSVP to Ellie Lott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3291 St. Helena Hwy | St. Helena, CA | $12,000,000
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