Tucson By Choice!

Who's Flying In That Balloon?


Re/MAX Balloon above downtown Tucson, ArizonaUp, up
and away!
My beautiful,
my beautiful

It never fails to make me smile when I see the RE/MAX balloon flying over Tucson, AZ!

I wonder every time, "who is in that balloon?"

Do they take prospective clients up?  RE/MAX agents who made top 10?

Homeowners who just purchased a million dollar home?

Or is the pilot up there all alone, advertising for RE/MAX?

I'm Mike in Tucson, your preferred Tucson, AZ Mortgage lender.
Mike Jones (Tucson Mortgage Company, LLC): Loan Officer in Tucson, Pima County, Arizona
Think of me as your Tucson mortgage expert.

Call me if I can help you with a mortgage to buy your next house: 
(520) 349-9090

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Comment balloon 10 commentsMike Jones • January 23 2009 05:28PM
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