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Coco, Early & Associates Warm Families This Winter

Offices throughout Merrimack Valley and Southern NH collect 280 coats.

By Coco, Early & Associates

is pleased to announce a record-breaking event for the agency.  This agency, which is the largest independent agency in Southern, NH and Merrimack Valley, rallied its team together and collectively gathered 280 coats in their offices throughout the region. 

Boxes were placed in each office including those in Massachusetts (Dracut, Haverhill and Methuen), as well as those in New Hampshire (Epping, Hampstead, Plaistow, Salem and Windham) and Coco, Early & Associates' team members along with the neighboring communities contributed.

"We couldn't be more pleased," said Blaise Coco, broker and owner of the agency. "We have an incredible team who always help us make a difference for the community. We reach out to our friends, family and clients and it just shows how together we can make a difference."

This community-focused effort is just one of many that Coco, Early & Associates participate in.  To date, they have been a part of the Methuen and Haverhill Holiday Parades, Project Linus, and one of their biggest community efforts is just a few weeks away.  They are the sole sponsor of The Children's Christmas Party that takes place at Windham High School on Dec. 8. More than 700 attendees are expected at this year's event.  

"It's just part of our company culture," said Linda Early, broker and owner of the agency. "We know how important it is to give back." 

Local organizations that benefited from the Coco, Early & Associates' Coat Drive are: The Lazarus House, The Wish Project of Lowell, St. Anne's in Hampstead, NH and Salem Caregivers.

Coco, Early & Associates is comprised of more than 180 agents and support staff and has a strong focus on its customers. On average, Coco, Early & Associates buys or sells an average of 2.4 homes every day!

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