Amalfi Spreads Sweet Love on Valentine’s Day
Anthony and Max Marguleas and Anthony’s assistant Antonia passed out Valentine candy.
Many of Anthony Marguleas’ clients and special friends received an email before Valentine’s Day that read: “To sweeten your day, Amalfi Estates would like to treat you to a box of SEE’s chocolates.” The invitation added that “for your safety, chocolates will be on a table outside of our office ready for pickup . . .Stop by and say ‘hello.’”
About 45 people received the heart-shaped box filled with one pound of delicious chocolates. Marguleas, who is the founder of Amalfi, said he started the tradition because “it is a fun and nice thing to do.”
The long-time resident also took a box to Fire Station 69. “It was sweet,” he said. “I walked in and there were about 15 firemen in the main room.”
A few of his select clients also received a bottle of Starlight Vineyards Rose.
Since 2013, Marguleas has supported the Village Green with a yearly $5,000 donation. In making that donation, he told Circling the News, “We can all give back, it doesn’t have to be large amounts.”
His team of agents donate close to $200,000 from their commissions every year to five partner charities: Homeboy Industries, The People Concern, Make a Wish, American Cancer Society and Wags & Walks.
February 15, 2021