|By Marketwired .||
|August 20, 2014 02:05 PM EDT||
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/20/14 -- RealScout, the platform that powers collaboration between real estate agents and their clients, announced today that it will partner with local bakery Antoine's Cookie Shop to deliver freshly baked cookies to open houses throughout the San Francisco Bay Area on August 24th, 2014.
- Easy Signup: Request your cookies at blog.realscout.com/open-house-cookies. Supplies are limited and we don't expect our 1,300 cookies to last long!
- Cost: Zip, zilch, nada. That's right, these cookies -- including door-to-door delivery -- are completely free.
- Availability: #RealScoutCookies is available to Northern California real estate agents in the following MLS regions: BAREIS, BAYEAST, MLSListings, and SFAR. All agents, regardless of whether or not they are members of RealScout, are eligible to participate.
Nom nom. Request your FREE #RealScoutCookies now!
RealScout is a Mountain View based real estate technology company that provides a full-featured search platform for real estate agents to collaborate with their clients during the home-buying process. Its software helps agents manage more clients by offering a lightweight CRM and the industry's first natural language email marketing software. RealScout is funded by DCM's mobile focused A-Fund, Formation 8 and Ken Deleon, the number one REALTOR® in the U.S. in 2011 as named by The Wall Street Journal and REALTrends. For more information, visit: www.RealScout.com.
About Antoine's Cookie Shop
Antoine's Cookie Shop is a San Jose based bakery that delivers cookies throughout the South Bay and Peninsula. Its online store offers ten cookie flavors that can be purchased for local delivery or shipped anywhere in the U.S. Antoine's cookies are made with local ingredients hand picked by Antoine himself. Antoine's Cookie Shop is devoted to providing well-crafted cookies and quality service. For more information visit: www.antoinescookieshop.com.
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