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Governors Club Featured On CNBC
Governors Club is an amazing place to live. We know it, you know it and as of last month – CNBC and the rest of the world knew it too!
In our last post we made sure everyone that missed it live was able to see Governors Club featured on the CNBC hit show Million Dollar Homes.
We also wanted to give you an inside look as to how the day of shooting went to create such an awesome feature.
Behind the Scenes
CNBC’s Diana Olick and her film crew arrived at the Governors Club home of Don and Anne Colby in the early hours of the morning to prepare for an all day shoot from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM. The shoot was going to help create the six-minute segment.
“Don and Anne were the perfect hosts,” Governors Club Realty owner and Broker Jill Ehrenfeld said.
“They even had coffee, fresh muffins and hand picked blueberries ready for the CNBC crew!”
The day was spent filming inside the Colby home as was well as filming the beauty that is Governors Club. Including shots around the course and clubhouse.
“I insisted that they take a few shots of the Governors Club Clubhouse,” Jill added.
“When we arrived at the Club, there were five large vehicles in front of the Club (renovations were going on)! We spoke with Doug, club manager, and he immediately moved into action. Within 5 minutes all drivers were located and the vehicles were gone so CNBC could get some great footage of the beautiful clubhouse. Great work, Doug!”
A native of New Jersey, Kristine attended Rowan University with a major in Early Childhood Education. After teaching kindergarten for one year, she discovered her passion for real estate and subsequen....
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