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Randy Carson: Boil and Bru

(Last Updated On: March 29, 2017)



Realtor Randy Carson of Allen Tate Realtors is a sponsor of Greensboro’s 2nd annual Boil and Bru. The Boil and Bru is getting put on by the Crescent Rotary Club.

“It allows me to give back to the community,” said Carson. “We should raise somewhere between $40-$50,000 that we’ll be able to give back to the community.”

The Boil and Bru will benefit Greensboro non-profits, charities and causes. In the past, the Boil and Bru has helped the Boys and Girls Club and provided homes for veterans with Purple Heart Homes.

“Through social organization, the Boil and Brew itself kind of replaced an auction format where we could get prizes or gifts donated and people would auction and buy the gifts to raise money,” said Carson.

“The Boil and Brew is a chance for more social interaction. There are four local craft breweries that are participating and providing beverages. The boil part is the typical shrimp boil.”

Along with all-you-can-eat shrimp boil under the stars, there will be other foods, all-you-can-drink craft beer and local live music.

“I find that supporting this event is my opportunity to give back to the community that supports me as a realtor,” said Carson in a press release.

Carson has worked with Allen Tate Realtors since 2005 after moving from Las Vegas. According to Carson, the greatest reward of his realtor job is “helping people accomplish their dreams and goals.”

One of the proudest moments in his work was during the Great Recession when he was able to help his community similarly to how he’s helping sponsor the Boil and Bru today.

“When everyone was having so much trouble, I focused and specialized on short sales to help people out of their financial difficulties and was able to successfully list, sell and help over 200 families move on with their life,” said Carson.

The Boil and Bru is scheduled for Friday, April 7, from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m. at Blandwood Mansion at 447 West Washington Street in Greensboro.