Happy Holidays from Eastwood Homes!
Each year, we look forward to celebrating the holidays and another successful year at Eastwood!
Last week, we all stepped back from work to spend time with each other and our dear families. We enjoyed the opportunity to mingle, appreciate delicious food, and sip on cocktails together.
Each division celebrated in their own unique way. Our Charlotte/Corporate office shared a night at The Ivey with a vibrant DJ, a fun photo booth, and lots of Carolina barbecue! Charleston enjoyed their annual Holiday Oyster Roast at Water’s Edge. The Raleigh office sipped on beers at a local brewery before taking a bus light tour of the city.
One of the most special celebrations was participating in the Levine Children’s Hospital Holiday Lighting. Several Eastwood employees and their families attended. Attendees were asked to join together and shine flashlights into the windows of the hospital rooms where children inside were shining their own flashlights back out to the public. The lights are meant to represent the support of everyone in the community for these young patients as well as a commitment to a better tomorrow.
Owner Clark Stewart says, “Our wish for this holiday season is for all of our friends, family, and customers to enjoy time in their homes cherishing the ones they love.”
We wish you and your family a safe, happy, and healthy holiday and new year!
-The Eastwood Homes Family
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