Football season is here, so let’s roll! Incorporating your local football venues — whether the team is from the NFL, local university, high school or Pee Wee — is an excellent way to bring excitement to your Agent Insight postings.
Polls conducted by the Associated Press and the National Football Foundation show that nearly 50% of Americans are pro and college football fans. And everyone loves to see their own kids on the field, whether playing or cheering or marching in the band. That’s a huge number of people who will be interested in football related photos and written insights as an amenity in their home search.
Capture these insights while the season is here, and be creative with your content. Write a couple of paragraphs about the alumni events in your area, about the homecoming parade or the school colors displayed throughout the town, as well as the sport itself. Great photos are easy inside and outside the stadium, but remember to avoid recognizable faces (football helmets are a big help here).
(One tip: the NFL does not allow us to publish photos of games in play, so get pictures while the crowd gathers, as the teams come onto the field, during the National Anthem, etc.)
Whether your market area cry is “Go Big Red” or “Roll Tide” or “Boomer Sooner” or any other cheer that speaks to the football fans in your client base, turn it up and do whatever it takes to win the day! There’s color, pizzazz and appeal in sports — use it to your advantage in Agent Insight. Here’s a great insight and a few fine photos to give you a little inspiration.
Old Time Traditions, New Age Fun
It’s September now, which means two things for the students and families of the White Lake Area. A new school year, and the start of a new football season. With the end of September quickly approaching, so will the annual Homecoming football game and dance. This is an especially important game for Whitehall, not only because the tradition of Homecoming has arrived, but because it is also the annual Whitehall vs Montague game, a rivalry as old as time. This game is not just for the students, but also for the parents, and even grandparents of the students. Generations can bond by getting together, cheering on their team, and either remembering when they themselves were an eager student, or forming their own memories that they will treasure for years to come.
Insight by Brian McMurray, RE/MAX by the Water, Whitehall, MI. Photos by Mandy Curren, RE/MAX Real Estate Results, Bentonville, AR; Russell Olive, RE/MAX Premiere Group, Northport, AL; and Sara Snook, RE/MAX Revolution, Kansas City, MO.