Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Colorado’s leading real estate services company, has raised nearly $26,000 to benefit local charities through the company’s fifth-annual Ride the Range cycling held in September.  These funds are being distributed to preferred charities and organizations through the Coldwell Banker Community Foundation.

“We had another very successful Ride the Range event to help very worthwhile charities along Colorado’s Front Range,” said Chris Mygatt, president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Colorado.  “I wish to personally thank our enthusiastic cyclists, generous sponsors, and brokers and staff members who provided food, beverages, and support at each office we visited during the ride.  We are very pleased to give back to the communities that have helped Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage achieve its leading position in the real estate business.”

Charities and organizations benefiting from Ride the Range include The Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the Boulder Humane Society, Urban Peak, Step 13 to Fight Homelessness, The Alzheimer’s Foundation, Safe House Denver, Mount Evans Hospice, Homes For Our Troops, Youth Opportunity Foundation, The Parker Task Force, and Homes for Vets.

Sponsors of this year’s Ride the Range event include 5 Star Talent Entertainment, Coldwell Banker Home Protection Plan, Arrow Graphics, The Broadmoor Hotel, CB Direct Connect, Buehler Companies, Elitch Gardens, Coldwell Banker Home Loans, Curve, Colorado Homes & Lifestyles magazine, Comcast Spotlight, Colorado Expression magazine, Merrill Corporation, Timeless Expressions Photography, and KCDO-TV.

Additional sponsors include Eldorado Natural Spring Water, The Denver Post, Denver Life, Koelbel Company, Guardian Title, Hillside Software, Spotlight Home Tours, Coldwell Banker Previews, Denver Concierge, Upstream, Xpress Docs, Marriott Boulder, Residence Inn, Town Place Suites, Rendezvous Colorado, and Rockin Media.

A team of 20 core riders rode their bicycles more than 250 miles from Colorado Springs to Denver and Evergreen, on to Boulder and Longmont and back to Denver, to raise awareness and funds for local charities.  Joining the riders this year was Bruce Zipf, president and chief executive officer of NRT, the parent company of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, along with other NRT representatives.

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