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William Raveis Opens New Somers Office

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Owner Bill Raveis cuts the ribbon with his sons, Chris Raveis, left, and Ryan Raveis, second from right, Somers sales manager Doris Ellias, second from left, and Supervisor Rick Morrissey, right. Credits: Brian Marschhauser
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Owner Bill Raveis cuts the ribbon with his sons, Chris Raveis, left, and Ryan Raveis, second from right, Somers sales manager Doris Ellias, second from left, and Supervisor Rick Morrissey, right. Credits: Brian Marschhauser
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SOMERS, N.Y. – William Raveis Real Estate has moved across the street to a new office at 339 Route 202. The company celebrated its grand opening Wednesday, June 28, with a celebration at the more spacious office building. Supervisor Rick Morrissey was on hand to help William Raveis representatives cut the ribbon.

For more information, visit raveis.com or call 914-276-0900.

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