10th Annual Broker Bowl-A-Thon – November 19, 2015

by Mike Kirner This is How We Rolled: $63,000 Raised for Habitat for Humanity One of the year's most talked about, anticipated and cool charitable events took place on Thursday, November 19th at 6:00 pm at the Presidio Bowl in San Francisco. The 10th annual CWFL (Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders) Charity Bowl-A-Thon benefiting Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco was attended by well over 200 people from all corners of the Bay Area. C&W's Amanda Murray, Habitat for Humanity's CEO Kris Leja and C&W's Dan Johnson The CWFL Charity Bowl - A - Thon is an over the top, awesome night of bowling, networking and mingling  with commercial real estate professionals, friends and clients.  Cushman & Wakefield San Francisco’s office raised $63,000 for this year's event. Since 2006, CWFL has raised over $500,000 for Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco. According to Amanda Murray, Platform Manager [...]

Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders Holds 9th Annual Broker Bowl-a-Thon: A Benefit for Habitat for Humanity

Cushman's Mary Davis and Sam Wasserstein with CEO of Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco, Phil Kilbridge - PHOTO: Miles Garnier   Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders Originating in San Francisco in 2006, the Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders (CWFL) Annual Broker Bowl-A-Thon took place at The Presidio Bowl on Thursday, November 13th, 2014. Since its inception nine years ago, this iconic fundraiser benefitting Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco is considered a staple in the Bay Area commercial real estate community. In 2014, Cushman & Wakefield's goal was to surpass last year’s figures of $62,000 raised. Including the 2014 event, which raised $75,000, the Bowl-A-Thon has reached an aggregate amount of $437,000, which is donated directly to Habitat’s local Bay Area chapter. The annual CWFL Broker Bowl-A-Thon unites the highly competitive local commercial real estate community together for an evening of bowling, camaraderie, fierce competition and community [...]