Little Rock, AR., - Since Crye-Leike was founded in 1977, the company's Realtors have been proud supporters of the American Red Cross. Crye-Leike offices in the nine states the company serves plan and host blood drives several times throughout the year.


Crye-Leike agents across the company's Central Arkansas region were recently motivated by the devastating Oklahoma tornados to plan a big event to support the American Red Cross. The Realtors raised several hundred dollars in donation money to support the organization, but they decided they needed to do more to help their neighbors in need.


Throughout the month of August, Crye-Leike offices located in Central Arkansas will be teaming up to host blood drives for the American Red Cross competing to see who can host the most donors at their event.


Crye-Leike Realtors in Arkansas invite the public to join their efforts in supporting the American Red Cross by donating blood at one of their blood drive events. An American Red Cross blood mobile will be parked outside of the Crye-Leike offices with certified medical staff ready to take great care of all of the donors on the following dates:


Cabot Branch Office

2080 W. Main, Suite 6

(501) 628-0090

August 6th, 9am - 1pm


Benton Branch Office

1900 Military Road

(501) 315-3000

August 8th, 1:30 -5:30pm


Bryant Branch Office

4000 Hwy 5 North

(501) 653-8000

August, 15th 1:30 -5:30pm


North Little Rock Branch Office

3400 John F. Kennedy Blvd.

(501) 975-2100

August 22nd, 11am - 3pm


Maumelle Branch Office

123 Audubon Drive

Office: (501) 851-2000

August 23rd, 11am - 3pm


Little Rock Branch Office

11600 Kanis Road

(501) 954-9100

August 27th, 10am - 2pm



For questions about the blood drives and for all of your real estate needs, contact the Crye-Leike Central Arkansas branch office in your local area.


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