Apartment Industry Raises $61,000 For Wounded Warrior Project

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The NMHC Walk for Our Troops raised $61,000 for the Wounded Warrior Project recently, supporting an important program that aids veterans who suffered service-related injuries on or after September 11, 2001.

Boca Raton, Fla.–The inaugural National Multi Housing Council (NMHC) Walk for Our Troops raised $61,000 for the Wounded Warrior Project recently, supporting an important program that aids veterans who suffered service-related injuries on or after September 11, 2001. The charity 3K walk/5K run took place during the 2012 NMHC Annual Meeting in Boca Raton, FL.

The Wounded Warrior Project offers free programs designed to heal injured veterans and provides tools for economic empowerment. The walk drew participation from nearly 200 apartment professionals.

In addition to the participants, the charity event received sponsorships from over 50 member firms, including: Alliance Residential Company, Alliant Capital LLC, Allied Realty Services, Apartment Guide, Apartment Finder, AT&T Connected Communities, AZUMA Leasing, Ballard Spahr LLP, Beekman Advisors Inc., Bergstrom Investment Management LLC, Berkadia, Boca Raton Resort and Club, Boston Capital, The Bozzuto Group, BRE Properties Inc., Carter Haston Holdings LLC, CEI, Comcast, CORT, Criterion Brock, Crown Advisors, Equity Residential, For Rent, Forest City Residential Group, Gables Residential, Green Street Advisors, Greystar Real Estate Partners LLC, Jones Lang LaSalle, KC Venture Group LLC, LCOR Incorporated, Lincoln Property Company, Mark-Taylor Residential Inc., The Matteson Companies, Mill Creek Residential Trust LLC, Moran and Company, NorthMarq Capital Inc., NWP Services Corporation, Orion Real Estate Services, Pacific Property Company, Paramount Investments, Passco Companies LLC, Pinnacle, Rainmaker, RealPage Inc., Rent.com, Ron Nickson, SARES•REGIS Group, Specialty Consultants Inc., Time Warner Cable, TriBridge Residential, Walker & Dunlop and Yardi Systems Inc.

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