Broujos Gets Soaked for ALS
What is the best way to spend your lunch hour during the work week? Running errands, trying out a new restaurant, or watching your boss get soaked on purpose? Definitely the latter of the three!
Our office was able to experience this first hand last Thursday as our Managing Director and Founding Principal, Gregg Broujos, participated in the CEO Soak to raise funds for the ALS Association of Western Pennsylvania Chapter. Alongside a dozen other Pittsburgh CEOs, Broujos volunteered to stand in the PPG Place fountains as they went off for one minute.
“Colliers International was proud to participate in the inaugural CEO Soak to assist in the fight against ALS,” Broujos said. “Mike Daniels and the ALS Association / Western Pennsylvania Chapter did an incredible job of organizing this event and hitting their goal of $50,000.”
Our firm raised over $3,000 to help care for those directly affected by ALS.
Broujos added, “We were happy to honor our colleague, Joe Fryz of Tarquincore, who bravely fought ALS and showed us all how to deal courageously with this disease that we ARE going to wipe out.”
Posted on August 7, 2017, in Living Our Values, Pittsburgh and tagged ALS, ALS Association Western Pennsylvania Chapter, CEO Soak, Colliers International | Pittsburgh, Frank Coonelly, Joe Fryz, Pittsburgh Pirates, Steve Blass. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Broujos Gets Soaked for ALS.