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For Immediate Release
August 27, 2013

Shaun Duggins
Rick Witeka

Carol Jones Realtors Launches Veterans to Realtors Program

Springfield, MO -Carol Jones, Realtors has launched CJR Veterans to Realtors® Program, which will help Veterans become professional real estate agents by removing 100% of the start-up costs associated with becoming a Realtor.

The CJR Veterans to Realtors® Program will assist Veterans trying to re-enter the workforce by covering licensing classes, MLS dues and any other costs for getting established in the business. This can approach $3,000 for an average real estate agent.

"Veterans are the lifeblood of this great country and the very reason we enjoy our freedom," said CJR President Shaun Duggins, "This is a small token of our appreciation for their service."

CJR has collaborated on this program with various organizations which support the mission of helping our troops integrate back into the workforce

More information is available at


About Carol Jones, Realtors

With offices in Springfield, Bolivar, Mt. Vernon, Seymour, Branson, Branson West, Ridgedale and West Plains, plus a nationwide affiliate network of 30 market-leading residential real estate firms, Carol Jones Realtors® is the Southern Missouri’s largest residential real estate broker. Carol Jones Realtors® became a recognized, national firm with substantial resources when it was purchased in 1998 by HomeServices of America, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate. Based in Minneapolis, Minn., HomeServices is the second-largest, full service-independent residential real estate brokerage firm in the U.S.

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