Give. Get. Give Back

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SGKC & CBMP

#CBMPpinkTribe

Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties Appoints Sue Runnells, Broker Associate, as Team Director of Statewide Partnership with Susan G. Komen Colorado

SUMMIT COUNTY – [August 3, 2019] – In coordination with statewide partnership with Susan G. Komen Colorado, Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties announces the appointment of Sue Runnells, Broker Associate, as Team Director of #CBMPpinkTribe. Runnells will serve as the point person and coordinator between Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties and Susan G. Komen Colorado. She will also serve as the leader of Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties’ team of elite and dedicated brokers who have committed themselves to the CBMP “Give. Get. Give Back” campaign.

“We are honored to appoint Sue Runnells as Team Director of the #CBMPpinkTribe, leading our partnership with Susan G. Komen Colorado. Sue exudes passion, creativity, excitement, and fun and we could not be more proud to have her represent CBMP and lead the charge. Without Sue, this partnership would not be possible; we are thankful for her dedication and efforts and are excited for everyone to experience the outcome of her hard work!” Julia Rea, President, Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties.


Previously, Sue Runnells served as Committee Chair of CBMP’s sponsorship of Snowshoe For The Cure 2019. Runnells, recipient of the Summit Daily’s “Best Of Summit 2018” Best Real Estate Agent - 2nd Place, has been actively involved in leading CBMP’s community involvement, including #HomesForDogs Project and Out Run Diabetes.

“We are so excited about our partnership with CBMP and Sue Runnells as the Team Director. Collaborations like this are critical to ending breast cancer and together we will take our efforts to the next level and realize our vision sooner,” Jill Fricker, CEO, Susan G. Komen Colorado.

Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties’ statewide sponsorship revolves around broker participation at each event and in our communities. CBMP prioritizes supporting Komen Colorado participants, survivors and supporters with a campaign of “Give. Get. Give Back.” CBMP makes a commitment to provide a donation for closed transactions between a Susan G. Komen Colorado event participant and a Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties broker.


CBMP started their “Give. Get. Give Back.” campaign this week. For more information on this campaign and how you can get involved, contact Sue Runnells at sue@mountaintownre.com. Or contact one of the #CBMPpinkTribe Team Members representing all 9 of Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties’ locations.


#CBMPpinkTribe Team Members

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SUE RUNNELLS

Team Director

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CARISSA BEERY

Broker Associate

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CAROL CANNON

Broker Associate

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JEN CHIARAPPA

Broker Associate

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SCOTT LERNER

Managing Broker

Summit County Real Estate Broker Jillian Turn, Frisco, Copper Mountain, and surrounding areas.

JILLIAN TURNER

Broker Associate

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LISA WATKINS

Broker Associate

About Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties

Coldwell Banker’s powerful connections, together with its unmatched marketing resources, make it easy to see why no other company is better equipped to give your home the most competitive possible exposure and deliver more potential buyers to your front door. Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties has 8 convenient locations serving 2 states across the Rocky Mountain West, including offices in Taos County, New Mexico, as well as 4 counties in Colorado: Gunnison, Grand, Summit, and Eagle. Their network and reach in the resort locations of the Mountain West is rivaled by none. They can be reached at 970.503.5030 or visit www.Mountain.realestate for more information.

About Susan G. Komen® and Komen Colorado

Susan G. Komen is the world’s largest breast cancer organization, funding more breast cancer research than any other nonprofit while providing real-time help to those facing the disease. Komen has set a Bold Goal to reduce the current number of breast cancer deaths by 50 percent in the U.S. by 2026. Komen was founded in 1982 by Nancy G. Brinker, who promised her sister, Susan G. Komen, that she would end the disease that claimed Suzy’s life. Komen Colorado is working to better the lives of those facing breast cancer in the local community. Komen Colorado has invested over $44 million in community breast health programs throughout Colorado and has helped contribute to the more than $988 million invested globally in research. For more information, call 303-744-2088 or visit komencolorado.org.