The RE/MAX “Tiny Home for Tiny Tots” has been auctioned for $47,000, all benefitting Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, the company’s longtime partner. RE/MAX announced the auction earlier this summer.
Bought by Shari and Scott Norvell of Bixby, Okla., the home was built and designed by Henry Ford College students, and spans 280 square feet. RE/MAX delivered the home to Mounds, Okla., where the Norvells will use it to support their work as founders of Blue Flame Ministries.
“As the new owners of the Tiny Home for Tiny Tots, the Norvells have made a significant contribution to help sick and injured children across the U.S. and Canada,” says Mike Reagan, senior vice president of Business Alliances at RE/MAX. “Our network of more than 120,000 RE/MAX agents know how to match their clients’ unique preferences to the perfect home, and they were instrumental in helping us market the tiny home and make miracles happen for CMN Hospital patients.”
“The sale of the Tiny Home for Tiny Tots will have a big impact on the more than 10 million children at 170-member hospitals across the U.S. and Canada,” says John Lauck, CEO/president of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. “Our more than 26-year partnership with RE/MAX has shown us that miracles come in all shapes and sizes—even in a tiny home—and this contribution will help fill funding gaps in CMN Hospitals nationwide, helping to improve the lives of as many children as possible.”
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