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The Swenson House is a local Texas Historical Landmark.  It is managed by the Non-Profit organization; Swenson House Historical Society in Abilene, TX. 

The Society has several annual events that have sponsorship opportunities & has prestigious associations in the Big Country!

This is a website that advertises real estate photography services in the Big Country & Texas.

HomeSweetAbilene.com is in a re-branding process to separate the services that are provided.  During the school year, the site typically featured sports from the Abilene schools & also many publications with advertising opportunities.

The Swenson House is a local Texas Historical Landmark.  It is managed by the Non-Profit organization; Swenson House Historical Society in Abilene, TX. 

Swenson Boo Bash is an annual Halloween Costume Party.  Sponsorship opportunities exist for the event & on the website!

Noah Garcia is a all-time great athlete at Cooper High School in Abilene.  He has broken the single season rushing record as a junior & is expected to be the all-time rushing leader for a career (only needs 284 yards).

HomeSweetAbilene.com as of late has sponsored several local athletes in an ongoing experiment to aid in the recruitment process for NCAA opportunities.

The Swenson House is a local Texas Historical Landmark.  It is managed by the Non-Profit organization; Swenson House Historical Society in Abilene, TX. 

Haunted Abilene is the Society’s flagship event every year. This year is the 12th year of operation & all proceeds go to the upkeep of the home!  Event campaigns reach 10s of 1000s of people in the Big Country, West Texas & the Metroplex.

Abilene Ballers 4 Life is a Non-Profit basketball program, headed by Cameron Jemison, an Cooper parent & soldier at Dyess AFB.  The team travels all over the nation in the summer to further advance opportunities for local athletes! 

Bri Garcia is the daughter of Eric & Amanda Garcia, owners of ABC Renovations, LLC in Abilene.  Bri is an honor roll, top 5% of her class academically & volleyball / basketball multi-year varsity athlete. 

HomeSweetAbilene.com as of late has sponsored several local athletes in an ongoing experiment to aid in the recruitment process for NCAA opportunities.

CJ Jemison is a multi-year varsity athlete on the Cooper Basketball Team & Track Team.  He has aspirations of continuing his playing career at the collegiate level!

HomeSweetAbilene.com as of late has sponsored several local athletes in an ongoing experiment to aid in the recruitment process for NCAA opportunities.

Other Real Estate Websites Up & Coming in the Big Country!

The Big Country is going to be seeing a huge influx of new residents over the next 5 – 10 years.  The recent covid-19 crisis has caused many people living in metro areas to start looking for alternative living situations.  Many of them will be working from home & will be attracted to less traffic, more space, less people & lower cost of living.

The benefit of listing on these site is the opportunity to reach these families & soldiers that are completely new to the area or have been abroad for some time.  It is like the good ol’ days of the “welcome wagon.”  When someone is on the outside, looking in to the area they potentially will be calling home,  they are looking to get familiar with local businesses & schools.  As these websites grow, they will be strategically placed as the first source of local information for new homeowners in the area!

Local Sports, Real Estate & Local Events Publications

The publications are truly published & available worldwide on Amazon Prime & other various online stores.  These can be ordered at a retail price of $5 – $25 for 30 to 200 page magazines.  

The best part of advertising in these magazines is giving every family of the student athletes the opportunity to get a piece of memorabilia that is unlike anything else out there.  HomeSweetAbilene.com doesn’t profit off the sale of the issues, in 2019-2020 season it operated solely on income from advertisers.  The issues aren’t free, but they are priced as low as possible, for all families.

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