What better way to welcome the Phase One reopening of Palm Beach County this past Monday than with a well-choreographed talent show with 16 acts and an audience of more than 200? The indomitable Signature Gives Back (SGB), the 501(c)(3) charitable arm of The Signature Real Estate Companies, produced its Fourth Annual Signature’s Got Talent — “virtually” interactive —last Saturday night, MATCHING dollar-for-dollar each donation. The result: SGB’s Board of Directors will give a $5,000 largesse to The Soup Kitchen of Boynton Beach to help with meal assistance, immunizations, diapers and household necessities for local citizens throughout the current pandemic.
“We’ve been committed as a singular resource during the tumult of these times. Our responsiveness is transparent and unparalleled, and our agents continue to astound us with their talent within and outside the Signature platform,” says SGB President, the Broker-President & Principal of Signature, Mr. Ben G. Schachter.
As the audience watched from the safety of their devices, two agent newcomers to Signature, Jennifer Mercado and Oshay Nelson, took ﬁrst and second place, respectively; A group act from Signature’s Hollybrook Team took third.
Says Nelson, “People really enjoyed the event, it was awesome to have family and friends watching from all over the world. Family from Jamaica that I haven’t seen in years were able to tune in, and that alone made the event worthwhile!”
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