Broker earns award for community work
August 23, 2015
VAIL — Dave Elmblad, sales associate with Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties, has received the company's Distinctive Angel award. This award is presented to an individual with the Coldwell Banker brand who strengthens his or her community.
Elmblad has volunteered over 125 hours in 2014 with the Vail Mountaineer Youth Hockey Program as assistant coach, as well as donated for a foursome at the Vail Mountain School & Youth Foundation annual golf fundraiser.
"Our Coldwell Banker Distinctive Angel program recognizes the critical role that the real estate professionals in our network play in their communities," said Todd Conklin, president and chief executive officer of Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties. "Dave is incredibly passionate about his work on behalf of others and I'm humbled by his dedication and his inspiring acts that help our community."
The Coldwell Banker Distinctive Angels program volunteers to local charitable programs year-round, allowing the agents each month to choose charities close to them for the company as a whole to support together.
"It's gratifying to receive an award as recognition for giving effort and supporting others in need. Coaching young hockey players is great fun and rewarding. I look forward to contributing to a different local program such as the Vail Valley Veterans," Elmblad said.
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