Not really caring what the “professional” sports commentators decide to say about it, THAT was one helluva Superbowl!

So, with so much going on around University Place what shall we discuss today?

Nothing.
Nothing expect the election.
And I’m really not going to discuss it.
I’m going to “get a little pushy” instead. If you want rationale for why you should vote for the School Levy, read the newspaper or read the preceding installment of the this blog.

My message to you today is really this simple. VOTE!

VOTE right now! Tuesday the 9th is election day and if you are reading this on the 10th and you didn’t vote. Look for a hard object like a bat or maybe a  rolling pin or perhaps a shovel. Grasp the handle firmly and hit yourself in the head!  Yes. I’m serious. OK you can use your hand if you can’t find anything else.

We cannot afford to “forget” to fund our schools. It’s really THAT important.

So, I don’t want to dilute the message. VOTE, VOTE now and of course…

VOTE “Yes” for Schools !!!

My very sincere thanks to you!

PAT MADDOCK     

Coldwell Banker Bain REALTORS      3560 Bridgeport Way     University Place, WA  98466      patmaddock@cbbain.com

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Who is this guy?

As a top producer with Coldwell Banker Bain REALTORS in University Place, Pat Maddock is the former President of the Tacoma-Pierce County Association of REALTORS and the 2009 Vice-President of the Washington REALTORS, the statewide trade association of professional members of the National Association of REALTORS (NAR). He also serves the University Place – Fircrest Division of the Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of Commerce on it’s Board of Directors and he serves the City of University Place on the Economic Development Commission. But most importantly, he’s been a University Place native since 1953. Pat is also a 20-year Air Force veteran.

You can find him at the Bridgeport office of Coldwell Banker Bain.  If you want to know something about University Place real estate, talk with someone who certainly does!

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