Sotheby’s Standout Nancy Levine Makes Waves at For the Love of Raymond Benefitlivxmin
Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty (FSIR) is historically attributed for dedication to luxury, quality, and lasting relationships among the ever-evolving cultural and residential landscape of Colorado. However, it is the latest in employee contributions to corporate philanthropy that may be FSIR’s most remarkable progression to date. Nancy Levine, real estate broker at Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty is making local headway in the fight against cancer, as recent chair of the ninth edition of For the Love of Raymond – a Raymond Wentz Foundation wine tasting event raising emergency financial assistance for approximately 200 Colorado cancer patients.
Levine was able to garner recognition for the cause and translate it into tangible resources for those who are suffering. Levine comments, “It is our duty, not only as representatives of the Denver business community, but as humans, to magnify the need and find ways to fund the fight against cancer. I am fortunate to work for a company that allows me to leverage our brand in the public eye for a good cause, a worthy cause, and in turn encourage other local businesses to do the same. I think it is a wonderful example of corporations banding together for the greater good.”
Levine is one of many FSIR real estate brokers, carrying out the Sotheby’s legacy and making a lasting impression on the people of Colorado. With contributions reaching record highs, Levine serves as an example to us all. Levine will also participate in promotion of a local fundraising concert Rock for Raymond, headlined by Big Head Todd and The Monsters on October 26, 2012 at the Soiled Dove Underground.
Fuller Sotheby’s International Reality values Levine’s dedication to our community and is proud to acknowledge her as an outstanding member of the Sotheby’s family. See how other Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty broker associates are making a difference in your community by visiting our Philanthropy page. For more information and ways to donate visit Raymond Wentz Foundation.