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For Immediate Release! We’ve Moved!

Tuesday Jan 06 2015

Moving on UP!…Moving on UP!

Local Real Estate Sales and Marketing Company Scores Prime Downtown Location

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Kelowna, BC, Friday January 9, 2015: The Fortune Marketing Office has relocated to a brand new downtown office and people are taking notice.  The highly visible new location at the corner of Lawrence and Water is getting the company exactly the exposure they anticipated and securing Fortune’s position among Kelowna’s major Real Estate Players.

A different kind of real estate company, Fortune Marketing’s business model is unique to Kelowna, in that they focus solely on new developments and not resale real estate. “To my knowledge we are the only company in Kelowna that is strictly doing sales and marketing for new developments” says Fortune Marketing Co-Founder Don Warkentin.

Their formula is simple, they let developers focus on what they do best: build, they handle the rest. “We do a full package for the developers from website to signage to brochures. We look after all the marketing and sales”.

Previously located on the 5th floor of the Worman building at 1630 Pandosy Street, the new street level location means more interaction with the community and a public venue to highlight their current and future portfolio. The team at Fortune is looking forward to being more involved with the public on a day to day basis. “We are essentially a one stop shop for new real estate development information” says Warkentin.

Started in 2012, the company has quickly expanded over the last 2 years and currently represents some of the best new real estate in Kelowna including West Harbour Kelowna, Green Square Townhomes and The Gate Townhomes. The company will be launching 3 new developments in 2015 and has no plans of slowing down. The company is aiming for 125 sales in 2015. “Kelowna is very vibrant and it’s growing. There’s lots of positive changes coming to Kelowna and we’re happy to be here.”

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“…have no hesitation working with them again in the future.” – OCORP development

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