September 12, 2004

Miguel Tejada Hits a Homer for Century 21 @ All Star Game

Miguel Tejada Hits a Homer for Century 21. Miguel Tejada replaced New York Yankees slugger Jason Giambi in the Century 21 Home Run Derby (Baseball All-Star Game. Houston, TX.)

The Baltimore Orioles shortstop clubbed an event-record 27 homers in Houston Monday, topping a field of better-known stars and earning Bowen the grand prize of $250,000 toward the purchase of a home in the annual Century 21 Home Run Derby All-Star Sweepstakes.

Eight sweepstakes finalists randomly selected from entries received through Century 21's Web site, in-office displays at participating Century 21 offices and mail-in entry forms, each were paired with a Major League Baseball All-Star player. Through three elimination rounds, the eight sluggers battled for the derby title.
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In other Century 21 news, the real estate company and BET.com (the Web site of Black Entertainment Television) have launched an online education campaign to increase home ownership among African-Americans.

BET.com launched the Owning a Home Club sponsored by Century 21, with online information and resources for first-time homebuyers. Consumers go to BET.com to learn about mortgages, credit and real estate and to access home-affordability and true-cost calculators, online mortgage applications and other home-buying tools from Century 21.

Property listings on the site cover 17 markets including Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Miami, New York and Washington, DC.

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