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Suzanne De Vita

Suzanne De Vita is RISMedia’s Online Associate Editor and social butterfly. Exceptionally vocal, she’s often found belting “The Star-Spangled Banner” or chanting Roll Tide! at her television. When she’s not being a busy blogger bee, she spends her time among barnyard animals, listening to The Temptations and devouring Cajun cuisine.

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Left to right: Mark McLaughlin, CEO of Pacific Union International, Cary Sylvester, vice president of Industry Development for Keller Williams Realty International,...

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