Keith Davis is ready to join the H2 team
Keith Davis is joining H2 Real Estate team as an associate broker. Keith is focused on Smith Lake, Jasper and Walker County, and his 8 years of experience as a Realtor in the area make him an ideal fit with H2.
“I’ve been focused on business since I was 16 years old,” says Keith. He started his first business while he was in high school and sold out to his partner, helping to finance his education at the University of Alabama. “My family taught me the value of hard work from an early age. Those lessons are still important to me today.”
While at the University of Alabama, Keith met his future wife Lori. “I took a full load of classes, worked more than 6o hours a week and drove from Tuscaloosa to Walker County on my one free day to see Lori–those were busy times!” recalls Keith. Lori is a Guidance Counselor at Lynn High School and they have two daughters, Lilli (6) and Elli (3).
When he’s not at work, Keith takes an active leadership role at the Church of Christ in Blackwater, where he and Lori both teach Bible classes. He’s also the Vice President elect of the Walker Board of Realtors, the Vice Chairman of the Walker County Republican Party, a member of the National Association of Realtors, member of the University of Alabama Walker County Alumni Association and a Board Member of the Indian Creek Youth Camp.
Keith says, “I’m happy to join H2 as they continue to grow in this part of the state–it’s an exciting time to be a part of the business as it expands.”
Silverock Cove was one of the lead sponsors of the 2010 Save the Black Warrior campaign
Sweetwater Brewing Company and the Black Warrior Riverkeeper have announced that they raised $10,000 during the month of September for the “Save the Black Warrior” Campaign. The money raised helps the BWR continue to patrol the rivers and monitor water quality on the Black Warrior and its tributaries.
The campaign has raised more than $30,000 since its inception in 2008, and is a part of a coordinated effort by Sweetwater as they work with other Waterkeeper Alliances throughout the South. The program raised funds by selling t-shirts, glassware and paper fish for donations at bars in Birmingham and Tuscaloosa. The J. Clyde and Blackwell’s were the top fundraisers in Birmingham and Innisfree and Egan’s raised the most money in Tuscaloosa.
“Save the Black Warrior has been such an upbeat, interactive, and successful program,” said Charles Scribner, Executive Director of Black Warrior Riverkeeper. “SweetWater and the participating businesses in Birmingham and Tuscaloosa have raised much-needed funds and awareness for the vital but vulnerable Black Warrior River watershed.”
Silverock Cove is proud to be associated with the Black Warrior Riverkeeper as one of the lead sponsors of “Save the Black Warrior” along with Mountain High Outfitters. To learn more about the BWR: to donate, volunteer or purchase BWR merchandise, please click here for their website.