FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
“ALL THINGS REAL ESTATE ” Marks 6 Year Anniversary In June
SANTA FE, NM, May 4, 2015 – The “All Things Real Estate” (ATRE) radio show, blog and website will—on June 7—mark six years of offering timely real estate news and commentary to the public, as well as information on people, places and events that are popular with consumers around New Mexico and the nation.
Launched in June 2009 by Rey Post, the Santa Fe-based Associate Broker with Sotheby’s International Realty®, the ATRE radio program airs “live” for two hours each Sunday (12-2pm Mountain Time) on 1260 KTRC-AM and KVSF101.5-FM and also streams to a national audience on SantaFe.com. The ATRE blog offers observations and advice on a variety of issues important to consumers ( www.ATREradio.com/blog ), while the ATRE website provides useful information and resources to home buyers, sellers and owners ( www.ATREradio.com ).
Post hosts the ATRE weekly radio show and serves as Managing Editor of the ATRE blog. Over the years, ATRE has been supported by a number of well-regarded New Mexico and national companies, as well as local non-profits and event organizations, who regularly contribute commentary to the radio show and content to the blog.
“We are very proud that people from all over the country find the radio show to be a destination for timely and valuable real estate news and commentary, as well as information on Santa Fe businesses, events and special venues in our community,” said Post. “The popularity of the program is directly related to the excellent content our well-regarded real estate, business, community and non-profit commentators bring each week, whether we are airing from the studio, or from unique locations around New Mexico,” continued Post.
“The ATRE radio show is not only one of the most popular radio programs our company offers to the public, but is clearly one of Santa Fe’s best known and respected shows,” said Scott Hutton, Owner and General Manager of Hutton Broadcasting. “As a flagship broadcast of our company, we know that the public is drawn to the abundant subject matter that ATRE brings to each Sunday show and we congratulate Rey and his team for their much deserved success,” continued Hutton.
Since 2009, the live ATRE radio show has aired more than 300 times. The show started as a one-hour program broadcasting on a single radio station in Santa Fe, while today, the program offers a two-hour format, featuring New Mexico real estate experts, local and nationally-known celebrity guest interviews and special community information segments. For the past three years, the ATRE show has been simulcasting on two local radio stations, as well as across the nation via SantaFe.com. The ATRE team is currently exploring new and innovative ways of bringing the program’s message to an even wider audience in New Mexico and beyond.
Under its “Unique Destinations” series, the show has aired nearly 100 times from a variety of Santa Fe businesses, non-profit locations, as well as highly attended and well-known public events, including the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association “Home Show” and “Parade of Homes” tour, as well as the Santa Fe Concorso rare car gathering staged at The Club at Las Campanas, located a short distance from downtown Santa Fe.
Here are images of the 2014 Santa Fe Concorso rare car gathering, as well as the March 15, 2015 “Home Show” remote from the Santa Fe Community Convention Center:
September 28, 2014 – Rey Post & Santa Fe Concorso – Pics of Interview Subjects (features images of interviews with Indianapolis 500 race car legends Johnny Rutherford, Parnelli Jones and Lyn St. James, as well as many others):
ATRE has been nominated for a Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Award, profiled in the Santa Fe New Mexican’s Real Estate Guide, as well as in the corporate newsletter of Sotheby’s International Realty® issued to the public, as well as to more than 14,000 sales associates working in more than 700 offices located in 52 countries and territories.
In addition, Post was profiled on June 29, 2014 in a Santa Fe New Mexican sports section story for his work in helping to bring soccer’s 1994 World Cup and 1999 Women’s World Cup to the U.S. for the first time:
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