Real Estate Firm Teams Up With Big Brothers, Big Sisters and A St. Louis Ram

Upper End Properties makes a special investment in the new wide receiver's playmaking ability.

Upper End Properties, a full-service real-estate company based in Clayton, is excited to join forces with St. Louis Rams Wide Receiver Mike Sims-Walker to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters.

With every touchdown reception by Sims-Walker during the 2011 season, Upper End will donate $1,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri. 

“I think Mike is going to have a big year for the Rams, so we felt that he was the perfect guy to do a promotion like this with” said Cory Spielberg, operating partner of Upper End Properties. 

If recent history is any barometer, Spielberg’s prediction may prove to be true. The ex-Jacksonville Jaguar has had seven receiving touchdowns in each of the last two seasons. 

“We all love football anyway, but knowing that every time Sims-Walker gets into the end zone that a great organization like Big Brothers Big Sisters will benefit gives us all even more reason to cheer,” Spielberg said. 

Big Brothers Big Sisters places the cost at building and sustaining one match of a Big and a Little for one year at approximately $1,000. Therefore, for every Sims-Walker touchdown, Upper End Properties will be sustaining a match for one year. 

Upper End Properties is a full-service real estate company serving the greater St. Louis, Missouri area. Upper End’s solutions-based approach allows it to serve its clients’ needs in the most appropriate manner possible. Whether aspiring to purchase, sell or lease a property, Upper End’s agents have the knowledge and expertise required to provide an exceptional real-estate experience. 

Contact Max Havens at 314-726-6442 or visit upperendproperties.com to view all of the area’s listings and to take advantage of all the real estate resources that they offer.

About Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri was founded in 1914 as one of the “charter” agencies of the Big Brothers Big Sisters national movement. Through our 4:1+1SM model, young people are surrounded by caring and supportive adults to inspire them and show them anything is possible.  The organization currently provides services to children and families in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, St. Charles County, Jefferson County, Cape Girardeau County and Scott County. For more information, please contact Kathy Martin, 314-633-0041, or visit www.bbbsemo.org.


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