Brunswick County REALTORS® host Beach Sweep event to clean up local beaches

Over 100 members of the Brunswick County Association of REALTORS® (BCAR) recently joined together to clean up Brunswick County’s beaches. Over the course of two days, 15 teams of BCAR REALTORS® and Affiliates spread out from Myrtle Beach to Southport cleaning local beaches. This event was held in the spirit of NC REALTORS® Gives Back Day, a day on which REALTORS® across North Carolina give back to the communities in which they live and work.

“Our members are dedicated to serving the communities they love, and part of what we all love about Brunswick County are its beautiful beaches,” said BCAR CEO Cynthia Walsh. “By participating in the Beach Sweep and NC REALTORS® Give Back Day, BCAR members showed their dedication to making Brunswick County an even better place to call home.”

BCAR participants included:

  • Captain Wayne Goode and team Beach Time Realty
  • Captain Matt Earley and team Trust Mortgage
  • Captain Bryant Evans and team RE/MAX Southern Shores
  • Captain Linda Williams and team Intracoastal Realty OIB
  • Captain Dani Kinstle and team Welcome Home Realty
  • Captain Carol Averitte and team Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage
  • Captain April Annas and Island Life Real Estate Team
  • Captain Claire Yoder and Sea Trail Realty/Riptide Sales Team
  • Captain Amy Fisher and team Century 21 Sweyer & Associates Holden Beach
  • Captain Sheila Connor and team Intracoastal Realty Oak Island
  • Captain Linda Melton and team Atlantic Shores Properties
  • Captain Mandy Artzner and team National Property Inspections Coastal Carolinas
  • Captain Kris Fuller and team BRG Realty
  • Captain Melissa Bell and team Keller Williams Innovate

NC REALTORS® is a non-profit trade association, representing more than 47,000 members and 48 local associations throughout the state of North Carolina. NC REALTORS® serves to promote the success of its members and enhance the quality of life in North Carolina by promoting housing affordability and the protection of private property rights. Founded in 1921, the association is headquartered in Greensboro, with an additional office in Raleigh. For more information on the association, visit