RE/MAX Quesnel Realty employees work hard for children

Quesnel sponsors and private donations help get toys to Good Cheer for distribution

RE/MAX Quesnel Realty employees stand behind the donations from their sponsors and individual people who contributed to the Christmas Train promotion. They are happy to assist the Good Cheer campaign.

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