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Super real estate agents

31 Mar 2016

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Visitors to Barry Plant Docklands got more than they bargained for last month when a couple of superheroes stopped by for a day.

Thor (also known as Barry Plant sales manager Lyle Dean) and Iron Woman (better known as Barry Plant operations manager Belinda Barletta) took up residence at the Bourke St office on March 4.

As Mr Lyle explained, the costume day was all about raising awareness and funds for Heart Kids, which provides support to families of children with heart disease.

“One of the directors in the Barry Plant 82 office network has a daughter who has heart disease,” Mr Lyle said. “So the whole franchise group and head office decided to get behind the cause.”

Ms Barletta said the fundraiser required the pair to spend the whole day in costume.

“We always try to get behind different fundraisers and this one is a bit of fun,” Ms Barletta said.

 

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