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Upper Hutt Leader : September 7th 2011
13 UPPER HUTT LEADER, SEPTEMBER 7, 2011 NEWS 4011503AA If you want a dedicated real estate agent with a passion for the community and a unique sales approach, Steve Mahoney from Remax Leaders Upper Hu─ is the right choice. Steve says he always works his hardest to satsfy the customer. ``We are focused on getng the best price possible. We have a reputaton for it. Remax is the biggest real estate agency in the world, and sells the most property in the Wellington region, Steve says. ``We have proven selling methods to get the best price for your home. Plus we like to feel we present the best marke ng campaigns in the region. But Steve is not just a typical real estate agent either. He loves working with people and catering to their personal needs. ``Ive got a lot of empathy for the people I deal with. ``Thats paramount in what I do. My clients are individuals and its not a one size fts all approach, you have to adapt for each person. Steve says hes passionate in everything he does, and music is his favourite hobby. ``Progressive rock is my favourite genre, Ive got a huge record collecton and Ive travelled around the world to see bands like Porcupine Tree and Yes. He also loves rugby and says the world cup will be great for Upper Hut. ``We have dozens of parks and rivers, and theres a lot for tourists to see. ``I see the Hut Valley doing very well from the World Cup and I want to help promote the community. Steve has spent his entre life in Upper Hut and says he knows the Hut Valley inside and out. `` Im well known in the community as a friendly and hard-working person. I am a huge believer in supportng local business and have a passion for the valley. If Steve sounds like the right real estate agent for you, simply call Steve at Remax Leaders Upper Hu─ on 04 212 6738 (free call) RWC's here at last LIESL HARLEN CUP COUNT DOWN It all kicks off in one day and the festivities have already started! Congratulations to local Upper Hutt resident Finn Huaki-Feaver who has been selected in the Emirates compe- tition to be a flag-bearer for Pool C winners in the quarter final of RWC 2001 in Wellington. Finn has won Emirates kit to wear on the night, as well as tickets for him and his lucky parents to watch the game. Tickets to RWC 2011 pool matches are still available, grab yours at rugbyworldcup.com/ tickets. In the coming week Upper Hutt has the following events taking place: September 9 and 15, Kaitoke Regional Park guided walks. Saturday, September 10, Rimutaka Trust Upper Hutt Spring Festival. Saturday, September 10, Upper Hutt Cossie Club s $5000 Texas Holdem poker tourna- ment. Saturday, September 10, Golder Cottage celebrating heri- tage in sport and recreation. Saturday, September 10, multi-ethnic football tourna- ment at Awakairangi Park. Monday, September 12, Michael Houstoun s piano solo at Expressions. Tuesday, September 13, Te Papa Tuesday at Expressions. For more information about these and many more exciting events, please go to upperhutt city.com/RWC2011. We want everyone to have a great time and come home safely from the festivities. Police are also stepping up patrols during RWC 2011 to make sure you stay safe and enjoy the matches. Here are a few things to con- sider if you plan to drink: New law -- zero alcohol limit for drivers under 20 years old. Supervising drivers for people on learner or restricted licences must also be sober. Plan before partying -- plan ways not to drink and drive: stay over until sober; get a cab, public transport or walk home; or use a sober driver, but make sure they are looked after and there is no need for them to drink. Remember one standard drink takes an hour for the body to process -- one can of beer may be more than a standard drink, so read the labels to work out how long you need to be off the road. And: If in doubt, err on the side of caution. Don t forget to get involved and enter the best dressed street competition to be in to win a great prize for you and your neighbours. Applications close on Sep- tember 23. Find out what is involved at bestdressedstreet.co.nz. Please warmly welcome any visitors and offer them infor- mation on where to go in the region. You could direct them to the Upper Hutt i-SITE Visitor Cen- tre, 90 Main St -- open seven days, 527 214. Please contact me if you are planning any activity or event during the tournament: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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