In the Community

Holladay Properties is committed to excellence in service: to our clients and customers, to our fellow employees, and to our communities. We are actively involved in the communities in which we are located and we love finding new opportunities. If you have a group we should be involved with, let us know!


Some of our recent community service events include:

March - April 26, 2019

(South Bend, IN) - The South Bend office of Holladay Properties has been a big supporter of the St. Joseph County Boys & Girls Club for years. In the past, we've had Manette Tepe, Paul Phair, and, most recently, John Phair participate in the annual Greatest Kids Event, which is also being held at the Prince William Boys and Girls Club this year (see Richmond below). While we don't have an active employee participating in the program, we are a sponsor and we're excited to support Kelly Bellinger and Team Green. Kelly, the widow of former Holladay employee Merlin J. Bellinger, has thrown herself into this event with abandon and we are proud to support her efforts. Follow the Team Green Blog to keep up with her efforts. You can also learn about The GREEN Bench, a special edition of Kelly's "Merlin Buddy Bench" which is designed to share the magic of friendship and the Magic of the Club. 

January - April 26, 2019

Holladay Properties has been a supporter of the Boys & Girls Club for many years and we are delighted to announce that Austin Haynes, SVP-Development for our Eastern Region headquartered neared Richmond, VA is continuing a proud tradition of participating in the Great Big Kid Event

"I am a proud alumnus of the Clubs," said Haynes. "I believe in what they do and am proud to support them." Read the full details on our blog at Recognizing Our People in the Community: Austin Haynes.

March 22, 2019

(Nashville, TN) - Holladay Properties' Nashville office sponsored a blood drive for employees and tenants at the AmeriPlex at Elm Hill business park on Friday, March 22. An American Red Cross parked outside the Holladay office located at 1508 Elm Hill Pike from 10 AM - 2 PM and 20 donors showed up and gave 21 units of blood, including Holladay employees Lori Armstrong (Accountant), Marcy Coffman (Executive Assistant/Office Manager), Erin Van Mol (Senior HR Generalist), and Ken Whitaker (SVP - Construction Management). Each unit of blood can save up to three lives, so our drive could potentially impact 63 lives. We'd like to thank all the donors who came out and supported the blood drive, and the American Red Cross for their great work. 

March 15, 2019

(Nashville, TN) - March Madness was felt in the main Nashville office on March 15 with a Hoops Contest for a Cause. Team members registered with a $5 entry fee to participate in the tournament. An over-the-door hoop was set up in the Board Room and each of the 9 contestants tried to make as many baskets as possible from a two designated distances (one point and two point lines) in 60 seconds. The top four players advanced to the second round, and the top two of that round went on to the finals. Ewing Smith, Construction Manager/Owners Representation, was crowned Champion when he defeated Sarah Rexrode, AR Lead. The money raised from entries and other contributions was donated to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

February 1, 2019

(Nashville, TN) - On the first Friday of every February, which is designated as American Heart Month, the nation comes together, igniting a wave of red from coast to coast. From landmarks to news anchors and neighborhoods to online communities; this annual groundswell unites millions of people for a common goal: the eradication of heart disease and stroke. And Team Holladay was in full spirit! Tracing all the way back to 2002, this day was established by the American Heart Association and National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. Every year since its inception, this campaign has continued to reach a higher audience, which has resulted in greater awareness about heart disease and how it affects women.

January 18, 2019

(Nashville, TN) - On January 18, the spirit of competition was high in the Nashville corporate office with "Jenga Tournament for a Cause." Employees contributed a $5 entry fee to play competitive Jenga in a bracket-style tournament. Sarah Rexrode, AR LEAD, was crowned the Jenga champion with JimMyra Boyd, Receptionist, as the runner-up. The money raised from entries and other contributions totaled $185 to be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, which advances cures and means of prevention for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment.

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