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Hanlon Realty in St. John’s recently held its annual food drive for Emmaus House. From left: Olga Pippy, Darlene Boone, Debbie Hollett, Larry Hann, Debbie Penney, Bob Frelich, Diane Hanlon, Martina Hanlon (wife of brokerage owner Wayne Hanlon).

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Hanlon Realty of St. John’s recently held its second annual food drive for Emmaus House, a local food bank. The brokerage raised more than $6,000 in food and money.

Hanlon Realty raised $1,000 for a local school lunch association, From left: Sales reps Debbie Hollett and Amanda Arsanault; office administrator Darlene Boone; and sales reps Debbie Penney, Jesse Gibbons and Paul Brewer.

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Hanlon Realty of St. John’s, Nfld. has put its tour bus to good use this summer. In June the brokerage participated in the Mundy Pond Regatta in west end St. John’s.

Hanlon Realty agents raised more than $3,000 in three hours for the Kids School Lunch Association. From left, front row: Wayne Hanlon, owner of Hanlon Realty; Ken Hopkins, executive director of the association; Will Pinsent, sponsor from Coast 101.1 radio; Richard Kennedy, broker at Hanlon Realty with his wife Susan; and Shane Bruce, COO of Hanlon Realty. Several proud Hanlon agents stand behind them.

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Hanlon Realty in St. John’s, Nfld. was recently a major sponsor for the Kids School Lunch Association of Newfoundland’s first annual Radiothon Fundraiser. The event was raised more than $45,000.

The Hanlon Realty bus helped raise more than $6,000 in food and cash for a food bank.

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Hanlon Realty in St. John’s N.L. recently held a food drive for Emmanus House, a local food bank operated by five parishes. Shane Bruce, COO of Hanlon Realty, worked with a local radio station to publicize the fundraiser.

Hanlon Realty’s community bus.

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Hanlon Realty owner Wayne Hanlon bought a bus and wrapped the vehicle in his company logo. He then gave it to his agents to use at local events in the hopes of getting some exposure.

Martina and Wayne Hanlon (Photo by Randy Dawe)

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In this age of mega franchises, Wayne Hanlon has successfully transformed a small, independent real estate company into a flourishing alternative for customers and sales reps alike. Word even has it that he is soon likely to find himself listed among Atlantic Canada’s top CEOs.