05 Nov Towne Park’s Denver District: Making A Difference In The Community
Our Denver team is as entrenched in the community as it gets, and at no point has that been more apparent than October 2014. Towne Park was front and center at two charitable events this month to make a better, healthier Denver.
The first event Towne Park attended was Men For The Cure, an exclusive charity event for gentlemen in support of breast cancer research and outreach. Proceeds benefit breast cancer initiatives at The Diane O’Connor Thompson Breast Center, part of the University of Colorado Cancer Center. The event featured silent and live auctions, Tommy Lasorda as the keynote guest speaker and exceptional valet service provided by Towne Park, enjoyed by 300 guests!
District Manager John Reimers sits on the board for this event, so the evening held a personal significance for Towne Park and our guests. Guests included CAO Blair Johnson and Hotel Development Manager Greg Tyler, offering our local clients the opportunity to become familiar with our Executive Leaders. In addition to Towne Park guests, we invited General Managers of our clients to join us, including those at the Hotel Monaco, Residence Inn, and Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse. It was special having our clients attend this event to see how seamless Towne Park handles a valet opportunity at an off-site location and to get a glimpse of our culture and values.
The very next night, we extended support to another worthwhile cause. Night at the Fights, sponsored by NAIOP, benefited the Denver Active 20-30 Children’s Foundation. The Foundation is dedicated to empowering future philanthropists and raising money to help at-risk and disadvantaged children in the Denver area and throughout Colorado.
The Denver District cherishes these opportunities to make a difference in the community and it was special having our Towne Park leaders and clients there with us to support our charitable endeavors last month.
Submitted by Chris DeChillo, Denver Area Manager
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