What does home mean to you? What emotions does the word, home, stir up in you? For some people, those are loaded questions.
Our team meets with people all day long who describe what home means to them. We are passionate about helping everyone find a place that allows them to be themselves, build family units and relationships, and have an all-around good quality of life. Having furniture in a house is an essential ingredient to making it home. That’s why the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio has set out to help nearly 3,500 families and individuals struggling with poverty and other severe life challenges have a home filled with furniture and love. And we’re thrilled to partner with them to build better communities in Columbus.
Help us turn empty houses into homes, with furniture, for communities in Columbus by participating in this year’s Bed Race. It takes place on Saturday, May 2, 2020 at Easton Town Center. You can put together a team and race a bed, donate, or show up to support racers and the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio. You can also sponsor the Bed Race, like we are. We’ll be at the Kid’s Zone this year!
By participating in the Bed Race, you’re helping people create a home. This community event is an example of the types of communities in Columbus that we’re passionate about. Join us this year at the Bed Race and ensure that everyone in Central Ohio has a bed to sleep on.
A Vote for Erin is a Vote for fair and honest representation for all Columbus REALTORS®
Erin has demonstrated over time her commitment to service in the real estate industry with an excellent record of participation since obtaining her state of Ohio Sales license in 2007. As a graduate of both the Columbus REALTORS® Leadership Academy and the Ohio REALTORS® Leadership Academy, she is poised and ready to be an industry leader. She has served as an Alternate OAR Director in 2019 and is now asking for your vote as Director in 2020.
Erin is a loyal collaborator and quick-witted confidant. She always operates with integrity and knows it is important to be a good and willing listener. Communication is often a critical linchpin of understanding all sides of an issue and she is committed to hearing the membership of Columbus REALTORS® and increasing communication among the membership from all Brokerages,both big and small.
Sue Lusk-Gleich & The Columbus Team at KW Capital Partners are pleased to welcome Heather Gott to the team! Heather brings her service-oriented style and experience to the team, as well as her intimate knowledge of Columbus. She’s lived in Columbus for 17 years, moving here from out of state, and understands the relocation process and knows how to give home buyers the right tools and resources for any type of move.
Real estate is a second career for Heather, who draws on her widely varied experiences in corporate America, the advertising world, and non-profit organizations in Boston, Denver, and Columbus. She values community and has enjoyed the many hours invested as a volunteer in her neighborhood.
Her greatest joys are her husband of 22 years and her two boys, who grew up attending Clintonville schools.
Learn more about Heather on our team page. Join us in welcoming her to the team, by sending her a message or stopping in to say hello!
May 4th was an exhilarating morning to help The Furniture Bank of Central Ohio with the 4th Annual Bed Race! This fundraiser is an incredible family-friendly event that helps bring together so many folks from the central Ohio community for a great cause, turning an empty house into a home!
The Bed Race teams really stepped up their game this year with lots of creative costumes and bed décor creating lots of anticipation and energy on race day!
Tupelo Food Truck and the Broke Johnny Food Truck were set up along the spectator area, next to the Kids Zone which sponsored by us!
Children were invited to ride Big Wheels and set up under the big white tent were Face Painters, Balloon Artists, and Caricature Artists. Families of all ages enjoyed the fun. Treats and trinkets from bouncy balls to slap bracelets were gifted to the children and smiles were bountiful!
Celebrity judges included Trisha Moore from Sunny 95 Radio and our own, Sue Lusk-Gleich. The judges helped award prizes for Best Costume and Best Bed. The team who created a Millennium Falcon replete with Chewbacca and a team of Storm Troopers won the Best Bed Award.
Best Costume went to the Wizard of Oz inspired team from Sauder.
2019 Bed Race Results!
NBC4i, Big Lots and so many great local organizations showed their support for the mission of The Furniture Bank by participating in the Bed Race this year.
We’re thrilled to announce that we’re sponsoring the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio’s social enterprise, Downsize With a Heart, again this year! As REALTORS, we understand that moving at any age is a process. We couldn’t be more proud to assist Downsize With a Heart in their endeavor to help aging adults move into their future with ease.
Downsize With a Heart is a personalized, one-stop service for home downsizing, moving, and dispersal of unwanted items. Their services help people take each step along the way, while also helping those in need take the first step to a better life. All proceeds from their services are invested into the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio to create sustainable revenue to support the mission and goals of helping individuals and families in need.
As a Certified Senior Real Estate Specialist®, Sue Lusk-Gleich and The Columbus Team are ready to assist Central Ohio seniors with all their real estate needs, including downsizing and preparations to safely and comfortably age in place.