Fletcher Bright Realty Launches New Website And Corporate Colors

Wednesday, January 30, 2013
North River agents Jim Mullinex, Julie Cooke, Sally Daugherty and Jake Davenport uncrating the new signs.
North River agents Jim Mullinex, Julie Cooke, Sally Daugherty and Jake Davenport uncrating the new signs.

Fletcher Bight Realty launched its new website on Jan. 15. Along with the new website, it is changing its corporate colors from red to blue. 

Brokers John Martin (downtown) and Betty Smith (North River) felt that with the economy and real estate making a turn, it was time for an update. 

Officials said, "Working in conjunction with Delta Media, one of the industry leaders in real estate website development, Fletcher Bright Realty is delivering more information on local real estate."

Agent Eleanor Mitchell picks up her signs and name riders.
Agent Eleanor Mitchell picks up her signs and name riders.


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