October 27, 2020 24 min read

This week on the Proudly Made in Canada podcast Connor chats with Darren Langille, CEO & Co-Founder of Redline Real Estate.  In episode 30, Connor and Darren chat about Darren's recent campaign, 'Live Love Local' which aims to not only support and bring awareness to locally owned and operated small businesses but also donate back to charity. 

Darren shares why Redline Real Estate is a different brokerage from others in the city and how he and his team of real estate agents aim to make the buying and selling of properties different and more experience-based for their clients. This episode is filled with ways you can support local businesses and charities in your neighbourhood, learn about how the real estate market is doing in Calgary and how Redline Real Estate is working to make their dreams and the dreams of their clients into realities! 

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Connor Curran:

Live from Studio B this is Probably Made in Canada by Local Laundry. We are your cohosts and co-owners of Local Laundry, Connor Curran and Dustin Paisley. We're going on Instagram Live again today. This is episode number 302 of the Probably Made in Canada Podcast. We're really excited, today we have very special guests, just created some really great unique Canadian made custom garments with their business and they got a really cool local campaign. I am really excited to share with you guys. Today we have Mr. Darren Langille from Redline Real Estate. Redline Real Estate Group is a Canadian Brokerage that takes active and critical role in providing agents with the highest level of industry training, state of the art technology and tools to be a part of an in-house team of support, allowing clients to experience the best real estate experience in the market. We're happy to be part of their new campaign with Redline Real Estate Group that we're looking to share more about but first let's introduce Mr. Darren Langille, CEO of Redline Real Estate Group. Welcome, Darren.

Darren Langille:

I'm glad to be here. It's been a while. It's been a long time in the making, sir. Pretty honored, actually. I love your company.

Connor Curran:

Oh well, thank you so much. The feeling's mutual. Yeah. We've been in talks for a couple years now and we finally were able to figure out something to get together and for those on the Instagram Live, you can see the lovely shirt that we created with Darren's team. Live, love, local. Beautiful looking shirt, entirely Canadian made, real excited about this. So, tell us a little bit more Darren, who you are and what it is that you do.

Darren Langille:

Well, I'll give you the short version. I'm a recovered engineer, I guess. That was my background before transitioning down here to what we do now. I'm a good old Alberta boy born in Edmonton, grew up in Fort McMurray and I've been slowly moving my way down to Calgary. I've been in Calgary now since 2004. I'm one of the founders here at Redline Real Estate Group, which is an independent brokerage in Calgary of real estate individuals. And yeah, my role, I guess, is marketing the direction of the company and of course, leading the charge with our latest initiative with you guys.

Connor Curran:

Absolutely, absolutely. Well, tell us a little bit more about the story behind creating Redline Real Estate Group.

Darren Langille:

I've been in real estate as I was finishing my university. So in 2005, I got into real estate investing with myself, ran into somebody who knew what they were doing and took on a bit of a mentee, mentor role and then got into investments right out of the university. But the goal was to live off of residential, passive income that comes from buying investment properties. But we didn't trust anybody, so we got our own licenses and wanted to look at the numbers, like goofy little engineers like we are and that served us really well through the boom years in acquiring property.

Darren Langille:

But then Redline started as a Brokerage in 2009. We just didn't feel there was a fit for how we took on the challenges of real estate and helping people buy and sell their homes. And that was the catalyst to say, "Let's go build our own." So we did that in 2009, we've been around 11 years in Calgary, loving it, thriving, changing, adjusting as all of us local business have had to do. But that's yeah, so that's what it is. Brett and I, who I cofounded the company with, we've known each other since grade seven. So it's been a pretty cool story.

Connor Curran:

Wow. And one of the big reasons why we wanted to work with you guys is because we share a lot of the same kind of values. You guys have really built a community centric model into your brokerage. Can you tell us a little bit about how that works?

Darren Langille:

That's a good question. I mean, community for us has been a major element that's differentiated how we tackle the challenges of helping buyers and sellers. I mean, you're buying life's biggest assets, you're trusting in somebody. And to me, that meant something more than that was typically in the market. In an industry like ours, which is 100% eat what you kill and it's highly competitive. That sets up a dynamic out there. That can be good but can also miss the mark in a few ways.

Darren Langille:

In our case, we felt that the clients, the end result, the consumer looking to go through life's biggest changes ... That's why you buy and sell houses, right? Is life has happened, right? And if you can do that with a group of people that have a community minded spirit behind them, guess what? Agents collaborate together and they learn fast and they educate themselves with the most up-to-date things that are required to help clients sell. And that mattered to me. We felt the clients deserved collaboration, synergy. With that comes team based environment to help get through the challenges. And Calgary Real Estate's been no joke for the last six years. It's been a tough go.

Connor Curran:

Yeah, absolutely. And so, that brings us into how we were able to make this partnership work. So tell us a little about, like you said, we've been going through a rough time here in the last six years, maybe even longer. And so, you wanted to come up with a campaign that really highlights the best that Calgary has offer. Support local, support small businesses, support the communities that does make this place such a great place. So tell us about the Redline support, local campaign initiative that you've developed.

Darren Langille:

Yeah. We've as a company, like I'm sure a lot of your listeners are, small business entrepreneurs with the dream. Turning those dreams into reality is a lot to take on. We've been there doing this journey alongside a lot of great Calgary business and we wanted to find a way to connect a little bit more. We know we're not the biggest shop on the planet. We don't have the most agents. We're definitely not the most funded out there but we did feel like there was a way we can make an impact to our heart, which was the small business community, right? The small business community, as well as the locals in needs. Because you won't find a realtor and definitely not a Redline realtor that doesn't have this intrinsic draw to local because they are local. They are the epitome of a startup, right?

Darren Langille:

They have to build everything themselves. And so, we wanted to find a way to do two things, connect to the small businesses and help them, right? And right now most people need revenue. They need help on the balance sheet, they need to get through their inventory because it's tough. But then also, there's local charities that need it in a big way. So we wanted to do two with this campaign, not just cut a check, not just do a give because that's been done and is being done way better than we could. But as a local business, we thought, "Let's have a local business with a bunch of independent contractors that synergize and love what they do and love where they live and love helping people also help fund local business." And then through that, we would perform the exceptional give at the end result to the charities. And that's the sequence of events that, Live, Love, Local has become for us.

Connor Curran:

Yeah. I love it because that is something that we preach all the time on this podcast. Just because you're a small business, just because you're not the biggest kid in the club, it doesn't mean that you can't have a big impact. You know, that's what we're always preaching. Small businesses can actually have a big impact and a lot of people think, "Well, as a small business, how do you have a big impact?" And a lot of people think, they just jump. You know, we've got to write million dollar checks. That's what all the big guys do and that's what we've got to do. And it's not all about writing million dollar checks. And the reason I love this campaign is because you think it's such a simple solution but it's such a outside of the box thinking.

Connor Curran:

I don't know how I never came up with it. I think it's absolutely clever. And that's the way a small business owners, you have to be. Because at the end of the day, like you said, everyone's got a revenue problem right now. We all are trying to figure out how we can make more money. So not all of us have loads and loads of money that we can donate but we all have assets, we all have networks, we all have connections and different skills and people that we can work with to create something that does give back. And that's why I love this idea. So yeah, tell us a little bit more about how us, as Local Laundry, is getting involved.

Darren Langille:

Totally. Yeah, I mean, I tried to think about what we could offer, right? And one thing that Redline does, we think fairly well, is we understand how to develop a brand. We've got a bit of a series of quality standards that other really brands choose not to have. We fight hard for that stuff. And we've thought with our marketing department and connecting with you guys because I've been watching your story unfold for a while, I love the stuff. And because your local Canadian made, it was just a perfect situation. So for you and me, it was let's come up with an incredible, we're calling it a Live, Love, Local garment line. So yes, it's going to be stuff what we've done together but we anticipate future releases of limited run merchant goods that our agents can buy, can love, can wear, their clients can be gifted and even friends would want to buy because they know our program is helping support this down line trickle effect.

Darren Langille:

So the Local Laundry partnership was awesome to kickstart this because it just made sense. Why go elsewhere when you know what you're doing, you know how to make an impact locally. You've got an incredible following that we're so lucky to just even be on here with you to allow us to make this little impact. So, I mean, we did 50 of these, right? We did 50 of our crews, which is I think your best seller, which was awesome. They're so comfy. I would have never worn a crew myself until I tried it and now I can't take it off. Your hats, they're coming in, I hope this week?

Connor Curran:

Yeah.

Darren Langille:

And then we even connected with Pressed yyc, which is just a local garment maker, too, and she did the masks for us. So we've got these limited runs of our brand that's been altered based on the garment, to what I hope like your viewers do, is they buy your next collection and our agents by the next run. That's kind of what we've done.

Connor Curran:

And I love but there's so much more than two because yeah, you're supporting these great two local businesses, which are Canadian made, which is supporting a Canadian supply chain, Canadian workers, diversity in the economy, reduced carbon footprint and impact on the environment. So then, you're selling to your network but you're taking that money and explain what you're doing when you take that money. Because I think this is the real smart part.

Darren Langille:

Yeah. I mean, it's convoluted to pull it together. And then God knows, it's going to be though, the rest of my life, I think, trying to pull this together but I'm up for it. But the goal is to connect the dots. We found a local charity in Brenda's House and the Child Cottage Society that literally pulled on us here at Redline because we help people through their transitions in life, house to house to house. Good transitions, bad transitions, that's what life does to us and we of course have to navigate home ownership. Brenda's House helps these families do something very similar, right? They're transitioning through life and oftentimes from a very bad place and Brenda's House is doing 14 families at a time going forward. And then, they also deal with that Child Cottage Society group, which is the zero to 18-months-old children that have had everything taken from them.

Darren Langille:

And it's scary. So they've got a wishlist, a big one and it's everything that local entrepreneurs are making day in, day out, supplying. And what my job is, is sell the Live, Love, Local line, take 50% of the cost of the sale. So basically, if we sold this shirt for 50, $25 are going to be used and reinvested to purchase the goods from local business that will be curated to match up with the wishlist from Brenda's House. And so, that's my job. We're connecting the dots right now. Right now we're getting the word out about, let's get some funds going. And then, I'm going to deploy that and partner with these local businesses that need us to support their revenue. Maybe like I said, get rid of their old inventory, work with them to see if we can make the money go as far as possible, but still profit.

Darren Langille:

We want them to [inaudible 00:12:16]. And then, let's curate an exceptional give to these amazing families that need it and they constantly turnover new families. So we love it, supporting local business to make an exceptional give to those locally. And that's the chain of events that we're starting. And we were really proud. I mean, it was meant to be for our agents and gifts and give them a story to tell which I rolled it out last week and it was awesome. Agents are just ... They didn't know it was coming. I'd had them all pre-ordered we had done all of our hard work together and yeah, last week alone, I think a thousand bucks has already been put in a cage, right?

Connor Curran:

No way.

Darren Langille:

It's like, it's pretty awesome. We haven't rolled it out to our office in Ontario yet but it's cool, right? And that's where we're going and it's just the start.

Connor Curran:

Yeah man, I love it because there's so many working movements but it's like, everyone is really working in unison. Everyone's benefiting because I love it. You're not looking for handouts from anyone. Everyone's getting a little piece of the pie and everyone's keep moving forward. And that's a definition of a community, right? Where you're creating value for every single person involved. You're supporting us, in hard pressed local businesses. And then you're using that money to give your team some really great gear that they actually want to wear, that they like wearing that has a pretty positive message. And then, you're taking the money from that supporting other local businesses, helping them out in their time of need.

Connor Curran:

Like you said, "Whether it's moving inventory or whatever they need, we're all still making a profit for them and you're taking that and you're donating to awesome causes that desperately need this stuff." There's so many moving parts. And when you first told me about this campaign, I don't even think I fully really comprehended until I think, our last conversation and I was just ... It took a moment for me to sink in and I was like, "This is so incredibly smart." There's so many people in the community that you're helping out, that you're getting involved and you're lifting them up in their time of need. And I just really, really commend you for it because I think this is such a great campaign and I can't wait to help get this message out to you. And I was really looking forward to this podcast today.

Darren Langille:

Yeah. Well, thank you. That's awesome. And you guys are so generous in your time and of course, not just garment makers. And you and I spent so much time just ... I mean, you don't get sales ... You get sales out of the goodness of your heart sometimes but you also need something pretty cool. Like what you've built within your company that says, this isn't corporate. This is, I love rocking this. And I shot a commercial that we will put in on our website because our agents need something to reference or, I mean, if I have calls to my vendor suppliers that maybe they want to buy for their staff, we've already been fielding those calls.

Darren Langille:

I mean, they need a reference point of what this message is and I was shooting that down in Englewood wearing this and it was amazing. The businesses in there, they just wanted to know more and they wanted to see how I need support. I just took card after card because I'm like, "We're just starting, guys." But I can only see a bit of them, I mean, I'm calling it a mini movement but I do believe there's something that could really be had here locally that I'm going to, I mean, I'm going to sink my teeth hard into and make it a big part of my day to day.

Connor Curran:

And I mean, this is the way I think organizations really have to start thinking about their merchandise. I think they have to start thinking a little bit more thoughtfully like you have, with how they decide to choose what kind of ... I hate the word, swag, but that's the one that everyone uses. Everyone loves to get that swag. And for so long, it's how can I get it for as cheap as possible? How can I get my logo slapped on as many things as possible? Where you, you kind of went in a completely different direction. You say, "You know what? I want to get some garments that represent my brand but more importantly, my brand values, our team's values our organizational values. And how can I do it in a way that doesn't make people feel like a walking billboard?"

Connor Curran:

Because let's be honest, when you have a t-shirt that just has a logo on it, you don't feel as good. You know, if you give it to somebody, even if you give it as free, they're not as excited. Not everyone wants to wear your logo on a t-shirt. But if you have something that has a strong message, that's part of something bigger than your business and themselves, that gets people excited, right? That's what piques people's interests. I love hearing that you're out in Englewood and people are just like, "Oh, where's that? What is that? How can I help? How can I support?" And this is the way that organizations ... I don't care if you're a real estate brokerage or you're a restaurant or you're a beer company, this is the way that organizations have to start thinking about their garments and some of their marketing and merchandising.

Connor Curran:

Where is it coming from? Is it ethically made? Is it quality? Do people actually want to wear it? And what is the messaging behind it? What do we want people to feel when they wear it? When people buy one of these hats, sweaters, t-shirts, masks, they're going to feel like they're part of something. They're going to feel pretty good. And it's all thanks to you and your team because you've taken the time to thoughtfully curate how you want your merchandise to be and what the meaning you want to be behind it.

Connor Curran:

So I really have to commend you for just having the forethought to put this all together, you know? And I also want to reiterate that while most of our collaboration partnerships we come up with the designs and we integrate some of the brands, values, that kind of thing but the design, it was all on you and your end. I mean, that was all your team. And I have to commend you and your team for the design. I mean, it fits our branding, it fits our style but you guys were the ones that really came up with the look and feel of the shirt, which I think is so cool. Tell us a little bit about how you came up with that Live, Love, Local and the heart and everything.

Darren Langille:

Yeah. Well thank you, I mean, I appreciate the comments and we have a ... Internally at Redline, which is different then all other brands, we have an incredible little marketing department, videographers and social folks and graphic designers. That's just a big part of the Redline value proposition to our agents. So, we always lean into that one, when we can, right? But Live, Love for us has been something that this part of it's been around, not this exact look but it's been around in our messaging for years. Our actual Calgary main search site is Live Love Calgary. We own Live, Love everything because it's something we've always felt like, we live in our communities, our agents that live in their communities, focus on their communities. They love them and they share that story. We have videos all around the Internet, speaking about Live Love Airdrie, Live Love Foothills, Live Love Calgary.

Darren Langille:

So this was a natural progression for us. We needed that centering message that somebody in Calgary and somebody in Chestermere and somebody in Airdrie could get behind. And you and I ... You were challenging me on this. And we went back and forth and landed on local because I mean, even today, pandemic, everything local has become very important, which is awesome that it's natural. I mean, that's been the catalyst to have us all as a society, even focus deeper locally but I love it. It's going to stick, right? People care again and that's really cool. But yeah, so that's where it came from. We wanted to design it differently and I don't have the crew with me, I don't have the hat with me but the goal is something different based on what you're wearing and why you're wearing it for something that could morph and change and have fun with, right? You need to want to rock it or else you just won't buy something.

Connor Curran:

Yes. Yes, absolutely. I think that has to be the first and foremost, whenever you're coming up with garments for your organization is you have to ask, "Will people actually want to wear this or is this just going to become pajamas for someone?" Because that's the road we've gone with these awful shirts that they disintegrate after a couple washes and you're embarrassed to wear them that you just sleep in them or you garden in them or you paint in them, right?

Darren Langille:

That's a good point. A Redline swag, our agents love our stuff, which we're really blessed. Not all brokerages have cool logoage and stuff and their agents could care less to wear a lot of their stuff, right? Every corporation, some hit it and some don't. We have a good following but changing the tune here, I mean, getting behind it, they love this and are excited to add it to their little suite.

Connor Curran:

Oh, fantastic. Well, I'm so happy to hear that. So if I'm a local business, listen to this, "How can I help or how can I get involved?"

Darren Langille:

Good question. Well, we have a few ways, right? Right now, if you just like the stuff, I mean, you could purchase it. But right now I think the hunt is on to find local vendors that you know need some support right now. That make local goods, that are facilitating, curating Canadian made goods in our local markets that you believe could benefit from an influx of capital. And of course, a purchase that lines up with, if you went onto the Brenda's House website and saw their wishlist. We're going to drop a little bit more like a curated list for people if they do want to send us vendors. But right now it's people that you think we could support because the capital is starting to build by day, by garments sold and then adding up pretty quickly because the 50% of cost of goods adds up, which is amazing.

Connor Curran:

Absolutely.

Darren Langille:

We're not making a penny. Redline's adding the plus as far as the profits plus. So all profits, the cost of the goods, plus what we're adding to get to a full 50% is driving a pretty good gift. So, that's step one. I mean, if you're like, "I don't know a vendor but I want to buy something." Or, "I'd love to be on the next release." We'll be releasing that stuff in advance, once we sell through and you wanted to get on a preorder list, that would be amazing. You can send a message in. We did create an email address because we are getting inquiries from outside of our agent group that I really wasn't expecting day one but it's just LiveLoveLocal@redlinerealestate.ca. And you could get onto this Live Love Local email list, should you want to be a part of the releases.

Connor Curran:

Cool. So, where can people go if they want to purchase and want to support this campaign?

Darren Langille:

Yeah. I think it's right there to the email right now.

Connor Curran:

Okay. So just shoot at Redline-

Darren Langille:

Yeah. LiveLoveLocal@redlinereal estate.ca. Shoot us an email. I mean, we're set up for our agents right now to burn through this inventory. My hope is this first give of 50 crew, 50 tees, 50 hats and 50 masks are gone in time for me to make an impact pre-Christmas, right? If I can do that inland and have it sold out and be given that gift to the Brenda's House before Christmas, it'd be amazing. I mean, they are going to go quickly, I hope. And if you want something or if you want to see it, I mean, pop an email in and we'll start to get better with the release to those outside of our walls but we'd love it. And then you hashtag it and then you tag us because we love to take media and push it far.

Connor Curran:

Absolutely, absolutely. And for anyone who's listening, we're going to have a little guest blog by Darren and his team up on the website, transcribed from this podcast, so you'll have all the details in there. You can just find that on our website or Redline Real Estate's website, as well. Now, I just want to switch gears and I don't want to take up too much more of your time. We've talked a lot about this great campaign but I'd love to ask you a few questions and some advice and lean on your expertise a little bit. Because you seem like you've created this great organization, you've created this great culture. I'd love to know, what is your number one tactic for building a community? Whether that's building community and culture within your team or building community to the people external to the organization. What is your number one tactic for building a community?

Darren Langille:

That's a loaded question. Number one tactic. I mean, if I could nail it down to something that's allowed us to build a community quickly, I would say, it's no expectation from leadership. Let me impact that. When we open the doors under our model, we were offering something different then any other brokerage, right? We opened the door to this new hybrid of value proposition that put a lot of weight on the brokerages shoulders to really empower their agents to be better at what they do. And when you do that, you could get that conversation about, "Oh, it's too good to be true." Or, "Where's the hidden costs?" Or, "Where's the this?" But for us, we just created this unconditional, no expectation give to our realtors to say, "You deserve this."

Darren Langille:

And that built trust, right? We were open about it. There was no, "But what's behind the curtain?" So we had this unconditional give mentality to upgrade what our realtors got and what happens is, people start to trust you rather than doubt you and the model starts to come together and it comes and It did. And we had people come to the organization and leave and we've had people come and stay for many years now but it's because when they feel that connection, they know that we're giving unconditionally to it because we believe so much in this. What we do in the real estate, we believe in it so much, I think it's hacked our growth and I think it has. I think the community culture has developed out of that.

Connor Curran:

Yeah. I would say 100%. And I think we've seen the similar thing in our business. I think if you put the community as your focus and give, give, give, it's actually great for business. Doing good, what we've learned and studies have proven this. We've done some research on it. Doing good is actually good for business and when you can make that case, you're appealing to a lot more of the business side of the brain of entrepreneurs and that kind of thing when you're kind of like, "Listen, wake up." When you do good, it's good for businesses, not just good for the sake of being good. And that's at the forefront, everything else kind of falls in place.

Darren Langille:

Totally. After that happened for a bit, what we did is we created an alignment among the agents that were here. So our agents on average do more of the same things to fundamentally grow and build their business. And they do the things that work and they lean into our marketing departments. They lean into the technology. There's a bigger alignment among our group than I see anywhere in the industry, which then, if you've got a group of people doing the same thing, everybody grows faster and people expedite and their clients benefit. So that openness, that willingness to stick our necks out and be just open, created an alignment that our agents continue to benefit from. New agents that join get caught up in the wave and they go with it. The agents that have been around for a while, they're the ones pulling because it's like we're charted the path. And that alignment, that's bottom up and top down and that allows us as a real estate firm to do things differently.

Connor Curran:

Awesome. I love it. Well, I don't want to keep you too long. I know you've got lots to do but I can't let you go without asking the quick and dirty. What's the snapshot of Calgary real estate any advice for people that are looking to buy or looking to sell?

Darren Langille:

Oh gosh, that's the biggest rabbit hole.

Connor Curran:

I know. Save the best question for last.

Darren Langille:

The reason I say that is my old engineer brain but if you want to know the heat of the market, we put out a market update. I mean, I put a ton of energy into a monthly. So follow us, if for nothing else, to get a sense for the housing market. I just shot it this morning in the studio with our media guy. But the pace of the market is way ahead of what most people would expect going through what we've gone through in the pandemic. Markets across North America are blowing up. Calgary, our version of blow up is just not falling off the rails because of what we've been hit with economically, politically and everything for a while. But sales were up 25% in September, detached market up 28%, semi-detached for infills or half duplex's, up 48% in September.

Darren Langille:

The sleepy market is the apartments. Poor, poor apartments have struggled for, well ever since, '06 basically. So if you're an apartment owner, you can be incredibly well priced beyond the market, be under market and potentially not sell. So that's the concern because inventory's huge. The other markets are doing very well because the inventory is really come down and sales are higher than we've seen in the last couple, year over year, which puts us in a pretty good position that most wouldn't have expected as we trickle into the Q4 of this year. So the analysts, everybody's talking macro, the big headlines talk macro and they paint Alberta and they paint Canada with one brush. You can't, right? Micro, micro local connection, price points are different, property types are different. So just ensure, whoever you're getting your advice from, at least they're going to that detail or else you could be completely out of the game.

Connor Curran:

Interesting. That's really good to know. Well, thank you so much, Darren, for the advice. Thank you so much for the awesome campaign you got running on. And anyone who's listening, like I said, "Check out a Redline Real Estate's website, check out Local Laundry's website." We're going to have all the details that you can go there and support. Sign up for their market analysis, comes out every month. If you're looking to buy or sell, just feel free to give Darren a little shout, "Hey."

Darren Langille:

Yeah, give us a thumbs up, we love engagement.

Connor Curran:

And where can people find you.

Darren Langille:

Yeah. Well, I mean, right here at Redline Real Estate, pretty much on everything. Right at Redline Real Estate is the thing. I mean, if you like anything to do with what I talked about, it's just @DarrenLangille is basically everywhere, too. But yeah, I mean our website again, very simple, redlinereal estate.ca I mean 95% of the people out there listening hear real estate, they're not interested to buy and sell. That's just the world. Only 5% of the world is actively considering to buy or sell, which we get. So it's understanding the marketplace gives you an understanding to say, "Should I make these decisions for my family, the financial decisions around it? Is my equity going down? Is my equity going up and what do I have to worry about?"

Darren Langille:

I think all of us should take a bit of an interest in understanding that the basic market fundamentals of the real estate and then you can be better at ease with those bigger decisions we have to make, living life and navigating this crazy pandemic and all of the fallout and changes that come from it. So, I mean, that's one of my lasting messages but hopefully, you see a bunch of Live Love stuff around. If you see it, tell us about it. I mean, because we're a small little army hoping to make a big impact. And if you see it, I would love nothing more than you to snap a picture, send it our way. We'll give you some love back on our social channels. That would mean the world to us.

Connor Curran:

Awesome. Well, very well said. Thank you so much, Darren, for coming on the show, we're looking forward to getting this campaign out. This has been Probably Made in Canada by the Local Laundry. I'm your cohost and co-owner of Local Laundry, this is Connor Curran and today we've had a very special guest, Mr. Darren Langille from Redline Real Estate. Thanks again, Darren and we'll hope to stay in touch.

Darren Langille:

Give me those hats. Give me those hats.

Connor Curran:

Thank you so much for tuning into Probably Made in Canada by Local Laundry. We are your cohosts and co-owners Connor Curran and Dustin Paisley. You can find us anywhere anytime@wwwdotlocallaundry.ca for all of our Canadian made garments. You can find out what we're up to in the community at Local Laundry on all social channels. Sign up for our newsletter, sign up for our e-blast and you can find all previous episodes of the podcast, wherever you stream your podcast from.

 

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