The long-running TV show M.A.S.H. has never ended for many.And, if you’ve ever been to a M.A.S.H. Bash, you’d know why.For the uninitiated, M.A.S.H. stands for Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, and was the basis for a movie, and then a TV show of the same name. The TV show starred Alan Alda, and ran from 1972 to 1983. It’s last episode was one of the most-watched TV shows for many years.But M.A.S.H. Bashes, originally held to say farewell when the last episode of the TV show aired, have never passed into history. Especially in Florida.At Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate (BHGRE) Florida 1st, agents in the Ft. Lauderdale/Miami area have never given up on the M.A.S.H. Bash. This past November, for their annual M.A.S.H. Bash, Florida 1st teamed up with Rebuilding Together Broward County to raise money to help improve the lives of Broward County veterans.As a result of the fundraising effort, local veterans in need can get access to help with home repairs, safety...
- A recent MASH Bash event in South Florida is helping Broward County veterans get home repairs.
- The annual event supports Rebuilding Together a housing repair charity supported by Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate (BHGRE) agents and brokerages across the country.
- Sherry Chris, BHGRE CEO, was recently elected chair of Rebuilding Together, and promises continued commitment to that nonprofit.