Beachy Beach Nation: The two women that built it

Published: Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 03:19 PM.

As a result of their tenacity, Smith and Farnum have been able to attract several high profile agents for their Walton County and Okaloosa County offices, which helped them increase their total sales volume for all offices by over 65 million dollars in 2013.

In addition to sharing a fighting spirit, both Smith and Farnum share a spirit of generosity, the company routinely gives money and volunteer to local charities, most significantly Food for Thought Outreach in Santa Rosa Beach . Beachy Beach became one of the first local businesses to offer Food for Thought annual support and they hope more South Walton businesses join suite.  Next month, Beachy Beach 30A will unveil www.hutwear.com which will not only sell “Beachy” merchandise but will sell goods that will directly benefit Food for Thought, and thus help decrease food insecurity in our area. 

Farnum and Smith have an equal desire to use their success in business to affect positive change, both power house women are moved by the Dale Carnegie quote, “The only people we have to get even with in life, are those that have helped us.”

It is this generous spirit that has helped grow the Beachy Beach companies into a gathering place for happy, smiling Realtors that just can’t get enough of that little hut.

 

 

 



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