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A training session focused on crime prevention for women in real estate, was organized by Daryl Gullickson, a business analyst for Good Samaritan and a broker with Meritus Group. After learning what he calls a shocking number of crimes against women in real estate by people posing as potential buyers.

Brokers with Meritus Group Real Estate joined staff from The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society’s national campus for a morning of self-defense training at Victory Martial Arts.

Gullickson, who trains in martial arts, approached James and Cindy Schwartz at Victory about organizing the training. The ability to defend yourself shouldn’t be limited to those who are able to attend advanced martial arts training,” Gullickson said. “There are ways to instruct people to just escape from a bad situation, to get away. Many times, that’s all it takes.”

The training was hands-on and realistic, Gullickson said.

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