For the 26th straight year, cyclists from across North America pedaled across the scenic Rocky Mountains to raise money for the Children’s Hospital Colorado. Recently, Cushman & Wakefield Industrial cyclists Carlos Lujan of our Juarez, Mexico office and Drew McManus of our Denver office joined the team of presenting sponsor, Prologis, to support the fund-raising effort.
With 103 riders, the Prologis team was the largest yet, according to team captain and Prologis Americas head of operations, Larry Harmsen. Carlos Lujan and Drew were “thrilled to support this tremendous cause,” said Drew.
In addition to individual rider fundraising, Cushman & Wakefield sponsored Team Prologis through an additional $15,000 donation to the hospital.
“Generous sponsors like Cushman & Wakefield are critical to the continued growth of our team and our fundraising year after year,” said Larry Harmsen.
“We are very proud of the great work of the doctors, nurses, caregivers and staff of the Children’s Hospital Colorado,” said John Morris, Executive Managing Director, Logistics & Industrial Service Line Lead for the Americas for Cushman & Wakefield. “We are excited to once again support this effort with a great industry partner, Prologis.”
Located in Aurora, Children’s Hospital Colorado is the region’s only all-inclusive, non-profit pediatric hospital. Nearly 2,000 cyclists supported this year’s event, which concluded in scenic Copper Mountain. This year’s Courage Classic raised nearly $2.5 million.
Pictured: The Prologis team. Carlos Lujan is in the back row, third from the right. Drew McManus is in the third row, seventh from the right.