It’s a sign that has drawn attention by the hundreds in Oviedo and online. The sign reads, “Power still out. Wife pregnant. Fix today and will name baby Duke!” Wemert agents Tony and Holly Galarza are behind the sign. Tony’s original post on Facebook has been shared nearly 600 times.
Tony and Holly are still in disbelief of how viral the post of their sign has been. Several folks have reached out to the Galarza’s interested in purchasing their sign and so they have leaped into action. In a time of great need, they want to use what they have to make a difference.
Galarza’s say…**We will be AUCTIONING the sign off** this weekend and will use auction’s proceeds to benefit Bithlo’s Transformation Village – which helps low-income families and serves the Bithlo community by providing meals, shelter and even a school.
1. Highest and best takes the sign.
2. Donations Must be made by at least $1 increments
3. Bidding Ends Sunday, Sept 17th at 5 PM EDT.
4. The donation will be made directly to Transformation Village
Click here to find the Auction: https://www.facebook.com/events/120722235337250
Our company, Wemert Group Realty has been collecting water, non-perishables, baby and Clorox wipes and paper products for Transformation Village over this last week. If you would like to donate items please feel free to bring those to 650 N. Alafaya Trail Ste. 105 Orlando, Fl 32828 Monday through Friday from 8:30 am – 5:30 pm.
Check out the story Click News -6 ran last night about the sign here: https://www.clickorlando.com/news/family-promises-to-name-baby-duke-if-they-get-power-restored
Update: Tony Galarza’s Facebook post has now been shared over 1,000 times and the sign was successfully auctioned off for $275, all of which will be donated to benefit Bithlo’s Transformation Village. We continue to accept donations of water, non-perishable food items, baby and Clorox wipes, and paper products at our office.