Book Signing and Realtor Networking Mixer, April 15, 2015
Hi Debbi, Just wanted to say that it was a pleasure meeting you yesterday. You are beautiful in person and radiate positive energy. Congratulations on your book. I'm looking forward to reading my signed copy :) You are an inspiration for someone starting in the business! Very truly,
- Ashley Stoltz
Debbi DiMaggio is a master networker and marketer, who has transformed others as a role model. She genuinely wants to help other real estate agents succeed, and has received great praise. “Debbi wakes at dawn to do for others most mornings I know of. That being said, the last two days have been the beginning of an amazing journey for Debbi. Among phone interviews, serving her clients and running her home, Debbi’s energizer bunny battery pack never ends. Bright eyes, warm demeanor and brilliant smile are always what you see first. Debbi’s launch party at Cuyana on Union Square in San Francisco raised over $500.00 for the George Mark Children’s House, the charity who received 100% of the proceeds from book sales that evening. Debbi’s second book signing at 1515 Restaurant in Walnut Creek on Wednesday, April 15th followed by an early morning speaking engagement and book signing at the San Mateo California Association of Realtors, raised another $500.00, this time 100% of the proceeds were earmarked for the East Bay Agency for Children (www.EBAC.org) another children’s charity close to her heart. Debbi’s book signing at 1515 Restaurant in Walnut Creek on Wednesday, raised over $500.00 for our local Childrens’ charity. Thursday brought with it an early speaking engagement and book signing. Debbi raised $500.00 for the Childrens’ charity there. She is always the last to leave. Never in a rush, being sure to take time to answer any questions and to thank literally, everyone in attendance. Her passion to help people is just beyond belief.”
-Angela Psuik, Realtor, Corporate Branding Specialist, Personal Manager and Mommy of Four
"Debbi creates forums..."
Debbi has helped me learn how to network effectively, not only in a small but dynamic city such as Piedmont, but to go out into the world and be confident about my passion for my work and serving people. She creates forums for people in her community and beyond to develop meaningful and sustainable relationships that not only assist the promotion of their businesses but create personal connections and nurture the concept of community, as well.
-Amy Griffith, Health Coach and Personal Nutritionist, Embrace Health & Nutrition