By Barbara Pronin
In the immediate future, he adds, that means growing and strengthening their markets and ensuring their technological innovation.
The company has attracted merger opportunities before, and they will again going forward. But the focus today is on maximizing the Gardner family legacy; using their size, reputation and resources to maintain their position as the go-to real estate company in Metro New Orleans, Greater Baton Rouge and Southern Mississippi—and doing their best to give back to those communities in ways that make the world a better place.
“We don’t necessarily feel the need to be the largest,” Chip Gardner maintains. “But we do feel the need to be the best.”
The family was photographed together recently at the site of a landmark New Orleans live oak tree.
“The tree dates back to 1683, and it’s flourishing after 330 years,” Glenn Gardner notes. “Like this fine oak, with its deep roots, GARDNER, REALTORS® plans to keep on growing to serve future generations.”
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