Heritage House Realty Helps Sponsor Parkinson’s Foundation

June 21, 2012

From right: Mary Burke and Carol Sullivan-Shulte of Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty with two of the demonstrators from a Parkinson’s Disease Foundation event.

RED BANK – Heritage House Sotheby’s Inter­national Realty recently participated as a sponsor at Parkinson’s Disease and Exercise, a Parkinson’s Disease Foundation event highlighting the importance of exercise as a way to improve daily quality of life for those afflicted with the disease.

The program took place on June 5 at Tower Hill Presbyterian Church in Red Bank and was in large part organized by Carol Sullivan-Shulte, a sales associate at Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty’s Rumson Office.

“The respect, support, kindness and empathy that I have received during the 18 years that I have had Parkinson’s is what led me to want to reach out to others with this disease and help them as well,” Sullivan-Shulte said.

“I truly believe many people were able to walk away from this forum with a better understanding of the positive effects of exercise on this disease,” said Mary Burke, owner and broker of Heritage House Sotheby’s Inter­national Realty. “I am grateful to Carol for giving us this opportunity to make a difference in our community.”

Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty is an independently owned and operated, full-service brokerage with four sales offices in Holmdel, Middletown, Rumson and Shrewsbury.

Additional information is available by visiting www.heritagehousesothebysrealty.com.



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