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The Greg Wells Team Partners Up with Northern Virginia Real Estate Company to Host 2nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament

>PRWEB.COM Newswire

Ashburn, VA (PRWEB) January 31, 2012

The Greg Wells Team of RE/MAX Select Properties, a Northern Virginia Real Estate Company, will host the second annual “Rally for Ryan” charity golf tournament. The event will raise money for the family of Ryan Diviney, a young man from Ashburn, VA that was brutally beaten while attending college in West Virginia and has since been in a coma. Last year’s event raised approximately $20,000 to help with Ryan’s medical expenses.

Greg Wells said, "Giving back to the community is important to us. Last year was a great success for this first time event. We hope to make this year even better.”

The Rally for Ryan Golf Tournament will take place on May 11, 2012 at the 1757 Golf Club in Ashburn, VA. If you would like to participate as a player, sponsor or provide a donation, please contact Greg Wells directly at 571-223-2947 or via email at gwells(at)myselectproperties(dot)com. For more information on Ryan’s story please visit

About The Greg Wells Team of RE/MAX Select Properties, Inc.
The Greg Wells Team was created to provide the highest level of service and expertise in the residential real estate market of Northern Virginia. Having affiliated with the #1 real estate firm in the country, RE/MAX, the goals are clear and simple. They work for #1 and strive to be #1 in every market they serve.

With over 15 years of successful real estate selling and over $300 million in closed transactions, the team has a proven track record. They specialize in both New Construction and Resale properties. The team possess vast local knowledge as most of them are native to Northern Virginia.

RE/MAX Select Properties is proud to help raise money and support charitable organizations like, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Children’s Miracle Network and Rally for Ryan.


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