RE/MAX Officer Honored by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® for Charitable Leadership

October 29, 2013
by Andrew Gmerek

 

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RE/MAX
Sr. Vice President Business Alliances,
Mike Reagan

Contact:
Kristen McCloy
Sr. Public Relations Specialist
RE/MAX, LLC.
P: (303) 796-3662
E: kmccloy@remax.com

DENVER – Mike Reagan, RE/MAX Senior Vice President, Business Alliances, has been awarded the 2013 Corporate Person of the Year by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® (CMN Hospitals). This award honors individuals who embody the passion and dedication it takes to support the needs of sick and injured children.

Reagan accepted the award at the charity’s 30th annual Celebration at the Walt Disney World Resort.

“This award is truly humbling, and serves as a great recognition of the entire RE/MAX Network,” Reagan said. “RE/MAX Associates have been active supporters of CMN Hospitals for more than 21 years and have helped care for so many sick and injured children. We’re proud and honored to be associated with such a wonderful organization.”

Reagan joined RE/MAX, LLC in 1990 and played a major role in the development of the RE/MAX Miracle Home and Miracle Property programs. Through these programs, Miracle Agents and Offices are able to make a donation after each property sale.

“We’re thrilled to honor Mike as our Corporate Person of the Year during this milestone year for CMN Hospitals. He fully demonstrates the RE/MAX commitment to charitable works, and his passion for kids has guided the Miracle Home program to be one of our most impactful,” said John Lauck, President and CEO, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®.

After an association of more than 21 years, RE/MAX Associates have raised over $123 million for CMN Hospitals®. Donated funds provide life-saving treatments, medical equipment and valuable research and education to the 170 CMN Hospitals® throughout the U.S. and Canada..



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