The RE/MAX Northern Illinois real estate network donated $129,000 in 2012 to the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, a Children's Miracle Network Hospital.
This brings the RE/MAX Northern Illinois network donation total to $2.6 million since 1992, when RE/MAX became a corporate sponsor of CMNH. RE/MAX agents throughout the United States have now donated more than $150 million to CMNH.
At the RE/MAX Northern Illinois 36th annual Awards Ceremony, six of its member brokerage firms and 40 offices were honored for their 2012 charitable efforts. Each was presented with an award that featured a work of art created by young patients at Lurie Children's Hospital.
All six of the RE/MAX brokerage firms received a CMNH Outstanding Citizen Award for their efforts. As a group, the contributions of these firms accounted for approximately 64 percent of the total donated in 2012.
Forty RE/MAX Northern Illinois offices were honored for achieving Miracle Office status, which indicates that every real estate broker in that office met at least the minimum donation requirement to the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals for 2012. Miracle Offices account for an amazing 40 percent of the RE/MAX offices in the Northern Illinois region.
The following are the RE/MAX firms honored as Outstanding Citizens for their generous donations to CMNH, all of which benefited Lurie Children's Hospital:
RE/MAX Suburban, with offices in Arlington Heights, Glen Ellyn, Libertyville, Mount Prospect, Schaumburg and Wheaton; RE/MAX Unlimited Northwest, with offices in Algonquin, Crystal Lake, Lake Zurich and Palatine; RE/MAX of Barrington in Barrington and RE/MAX NOW in Lake Barrington; RE/MAX Showcase, with offices in Gurnee, Long Grove and Waukegan; RE/MAX Center, Grayslake; RE/MAX All Pro of Bloomingdale and Sugar Grove; and RE/MAX Great American North of St. Charles/Wasco.
The 40 RE/MAX Northern Illinois Miracle Offices for 2012 are listed below, grouped by county:
Cook County: RE/MAX Associates West, Bartlett; RE/MAX City, Chicago; RE/MAX Cityview, Chicago; RE/MAX Destiny, Elk Grove; RE/MAX Exclusive Properties, Chicago; RE/MAX in the Village, Realtors, Oak Park; RE/MAX Market, Willow Springs; RE/MAX House of Real Estate, Chicago; RE/MAX of Barrington, Barrington; RE/MAX NOW, Barrington; RE/MAX Properties, Western Springs;
RE/MAX Suburban, Arlington Heights; RE/MAX Suburban, Mount Prospect; RE/MAX Suburban, Roselle Road, Schaumburg; RE/MAX Suburban, Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg; RE/MAX Unlimited Northwest, Palatine.
DuPage County: RE/MAX Achievers, Lombard; RE/MAX All Pro, Bloomingdale; RE/MAX Professionals Select, Naperville; RE/MAX Suburban, Glen Ellyn; RE/MAX Suburban, Wheaton.
Grundy County: RE/MAX Top Properties, Morris.
Kane County: RE/MAX All Pro, Sugar Grove; RE/MAX Great American North, St. Charles/Wasco; RE/MAX Northern Illinois Regional Office, Elgin; RE/MAX Town & Country, Aurora.
LaSalle County: RE/MAX 1st Choice, Ottawa.
Lake County: RE/MAX Center, Grayslake; RE/MAX Showcase, Gurnee; RE/MAX Showcase, Long Grove;
RE/MAX Showcase, Waukegan; RE/MAX Suburban, Libertyville; RE/MAX Unlimited Northwest, Lake Zurich.
McHenry County: RE/MAX Connections II, Marengo; RE/MAX Unlimited Northwest, Algonquin; RE/MAX Unlimited Northwest, Crystal Lake.
Ogle County: RE/MAX of Rock Valley, Oregon; RE/MAX Professional Advantage, Byron.
Will County: RE/MAX 1st Service, Homer Glen; RE/MAX All Properties, New Lenox.
The RE/MAX Northern Illinois network, with headquarters in Elgin, consists of 2,000 sales associates and 100 individually owned and operated RE/MAX offices that provide a full range of residential and commercial brokerage services. Its www.illinoisproperty.com and www.remax.com websites are leaders in consumer visits among real estate franchise brands. Its mobile search, m.illinoisproperty.com, allows users to conduct real estate searches on any mobile device with Internet access. The Northern Illinois network is part of RE/MAX LLC, a global real estate organization.
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