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Will I See You at the Toyland Ball in January?


The mission of The Parent Child Center of Tulsa is to prevent child abuse and neglect through education, treatment, and advocacy.
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Today I’m excited to be joined by special guest Carey Baker. I had the opportunity to ask Carey some questions about her involvement with The Parent Child Center of Tulsa. Her and her husband, Brett Baker, are Co-chairs for Toyland Ball 2018. The Toyland Ball, held every January, is The Parent Child Center of Tulsa’s annual signature fundraising event. This black tie gala featuring a whimsical theme offers an elegant evening of dinner and dancing, with a live auction. I caught up with Carey at the Toyland Ball Stock the Bar Party where attendees bring a bottle of wine valued at $50 or more to be auctioned off at the Toyland Ball 2018 in January. In past years, the wine auctioned off at the event in January has raised between $8,000 and $10,000 for The Parent Child Center of Tulsa. That is just the money raised from auctioning the wine. There are other items that are auctioned off that raise even more money for the cause. For those of you who may not know, the mission of The Parent Child Center of Tulsa is to prevent child abuse and neglect through education, treatment, and advocacy. People who have been victims of abuse or neglect are given education and counseling so that they are able to end the cycle. Many people only know what they’ve been taught, so The Parent Child Center of Tulsa aims to reverse this. If you’re interested in attending, the Toyland Ball auction will take place on January 20th, 2018 at the Cox Business Center. For tickets, visit www.ParentChildCenter.org. You can also become a patron sponsor by donating $1,000 for two people. At the event, there will be raffles, an auction, and a live band. Also, all of the proceeds go directly to the counseling funds for The Parent Child Center of Tulsa.
We hope you have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
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Real Estate Isn't the Only Business Where Teamwork Matters


Today I’m joined by a special guest, Teresa Brockwell from Farmers Insurance, to talk about her experience in the business.
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  Today I’m joined by a special guest: Teresa Brockwell from Farmers Insurance. Teresa entered the world of insurance 19 years ago when one of her close friends at the University of Oklahoma suggested she start an internship at a life insurance company. After that point, Teresa moved on to become the recruiter of agents for her now district manager. It is the same talent Teresa used as a recruiter to help build her current business. Like the Wolek Group, Teresa’s business works with a team-oriented approach. Teresa cites the quality professionals she works with as the reason her team is set apart from other insurance teams that are out there. Hard work, trustworthiness, kindness, and a willingness to go above and beyond are all core values that Teresa and her team believe in. All of these values help things go more smoothly for Teresa’s clients.  

Clients are now realizing the value of having a personal agent to review their coverage.

With as much time as Teresa has spent in insurance, she has seen a few key changes in the business over the years. One of the changes her team has seen is the shift away from online agents. This is a great thing, as clients are now realizing the value of having a personal agent to review their coverage. Teresa says this is one of the most rewarding parts of what she does. She told me that it’s nice knowing her clients are well taken care of. If you have any questions or would like more information from Teresa, you can call her at (918) 496-1800 or contact her by email at TBrockwell@Farmersagent.com. Also, if you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call at (918) 712-2252 or send me an email at info@TheWolekGroup.com.

This Time, I’m the One Who’s Buying


I’m on the hunt for an investment property in the TU/Midtown area. These kinds of properties are hard to find, so I’d love your help.
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  Usually, I’m the one helping buyers. Today though, I’m the one who’s buying. I’m looking to buy an investment property around the TU/Midtown area for anywhere up to $125,000. I would love one that has three bedrooms, but I’d be fine with two bedrooms as well. One or 1.5 bathrooms would be ideal. Midtown is a great place to live, so these kinds of properties are hard to find. If you’re thinking about selling your home and don’t have it on the market yet, I would love to talk to you and see if I could be your buyer. 

I would love to talk to you and see if I could be your buyer.

If you know of anyone else making a move from or selling an investment property that’s already being leased in that area, don’t hesitate to send them my way. If you have any questions, just give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you. If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call at (918) 712-2252 or send me an email at info@TheWolekGroup.com. I look forward to hearing from you soon.