Miracle System: a Heartfelt (and Easy) Way to Connect

A small gesture makes a big impact on clients and a local CMN Hospital

By Dorota Wright-O’Neill
MIKE ZINGLER
MIKE ZINGLER

“Mike is not just an awesome Realtor, he’s also an awesome human being!”

That’s an excerpt from a client testimonial sent to Mike Zingler, Broker/Owner of RE/MAX North Winds. The comment was in response to something Zingler and other Sales Associates at his Shawano-based Wisconsin brokerage do after each and every transaction: They make a donation in the clients’ name to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

“We get many phone calls and messages after closings,” Zingler says. “Clients are often surprised and always moved by the donation. It’s a terrific way for us to say thank you to the client while also making a difference.”

All the agents in Zingler’s two offices take part in the Miracle Home program, and they’ve been doing it for more than 20 years.

“It’s part of the service we provide,” he says.

Agents customize and send Honor Cards through the Miracle System donation portal for RE/MAX Associates. Shortly after, clients receive moving notes from their local CMN Hospitals affiliate notifying them of the donation.

Zingler acknowledges that supporting CMN Hospitals offers a marketing advantage and serves as a morale booster.

“It’s good PR for us, but it also makes agents feel good about the work they do every day,” Zingler says. “Plus, the donation leaves a very positive last impression on the client. And that’s always good for repeat business.”

Join the thousands of RE/MAX Affiliates taking part in this year’s “Put Your Money Where the Miracles Are” campaign. Visit the RE/MAX Month of Miracles page on Mainstreet to find resources you can use now – and all year long.

Your clients will thank you.

Shares

Join the Conversation

3 comments

I have been doing this as well for years! It’s a wonderful way to demonstrate giving back to your community & my clients are always touched by the donation I send in their honor.

Comments are closed.