Regional Principal Gregg Broujos Participates in his Sixteenth MS 150 Bike Ride
Every summer, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society holds their MS 150 Bike Ride which is the largest fundraising bike series in the world. According to the National MS Society website, nearly 75,000 cyclists and more than 6,000 teams ride together each year to raise money towards a cure for MS.
For the sixteenth straight year, Colliers International Pittsburgh Regional Principal, Gregg Broujos, participated in the 150 mile bike ride.
For the first time in the event’s history, the ride was virtual this year and gave riders the freedom to choose a trail of their liking. Broujos chose the Great Allegheny Passage from Cumberland, Maryland to Downtown Pittsburgh.
Colliers International Pittsburgh was able to raise just under $20,000 this year and Broujos has raised over $250,000 throughout his sixteen years of participation.
“The support that my family and the Colliers family has received over the years for this event is incredible,” said Broujos, “we cannot thank everyone enough.”
For more information about the MS 150 Bike Ride or to donate, please click here.
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