Pioneer Title Agency Rummage Sale Raises Over $2,000 for Kingman Special Olympics
By Alison Bailin -
Wednesday Oct 05, 2022
Pioneer Title Agencyâ€™s Kingman and Hualapai offices were honored to come together and host a rummage sale outside of their Kingman office to directly benefit the Kingmanâ€™s Special Olympics Athletes. All proceeds from the sale, which raised $2,120, were presented to Kingman Special Olympics at the close of the event, a donation that follows a $5,000 donation made by the team in July for a total of more than $7,000 in recent giving.
â€œThis yard sale saw our team come together to do more than just raise funds. Together, we collected othersâ€™ and donated our own items. We also sorted, organized, and priced everything together. Our team even canvased Stockton Hill Road to bring in customers and ensure a generous donation. It was something special,â€ says Kathy Zach, chief title officer of Pioneer Title Agency in Mohave County.
The donation as well as the prior gift were both made in honor of Cindy Newlon, co-founder of Pioneer Title Agency and wife of Pioneer Title Agency owner Keith Newlon who passed away last year.
â€œCindy was passionate about many important causes, but Special Olympics held a piece of her heart,â€ says Zach. â€œTo support these amazing athletes right in our own backyard and in Cindyâ€™s name is something we hold very dear to our hearts.â€
Giving like this â€“ and involving individual members of the Pioneer team â€“ has been a hallmark of the family-owned and operated Pioneer Title Agency since its inception in 1985.
About Pioneer Title Agency
Founded in 1985, locally owned and operated Pioneer Title Agency follows a core set of values to Leave Things Better, Do the Right Thing, Foster a Warm, Family Relationship, Protect the Customer, Protect the Team, Love Arizona, and Be Different. They aim to do this both in business and in giving back to all of the beautiful Arizona communities. For more information, visit http://www.ptaaz.com.