RISMEDIA, December 13, 2010—A father of three, Mike Reagan will readily admit that he’s a soft touch, especially when it comes to sick kids. And as the senior vice president, Brand Marketing for the RE/MAX Network, Reagan is dedicated and driven to helping those kids and their families as they face difficult and often life threatening medical challenges. Under his guidance, RE/MAX Affiliates have donated more than $100 million to Children’s Miracle Network since 1992. And in recognition of his commitment, Reagan has been elected to Children’s Miracle Network Board of Governors.
At RE/MAX, we’re proud of what we call our Premier Community Citizenship,” says Reagan. “We firmly believe that if you do business in a community, you need to give back to it, and for me, it’s been gratifying to see what we’ve been able to accomplish through our partnership with Children’s Miracle Network. It’s a great honor and privilege to serve on the Board of Governors.”
Children’s Miracle Network is a charity that raises funds for 170 children’s hospitals. Through a special RE/MAX program, RE/MAX offices donate a portion of each home sale to Children’s Miracle Network, and many offices hold special fund raising events every year. The money raised in each location stays in that city to benefit patients of the Children’s Miracle Network hospital in that community. RE/MAX is only one of a few corporate sponsors to reach the $100 million milestone.
“The invaluable direction provided to Children’s Miracle Network by the Board of Governors is critical to our success as we grow the organization, increase fundraising, and solidify our place as a top children’s charity,” says Scott Burt, president and CEO of Children’s Miracle Network. “Mike and RE/MAX have been a key part of our success, and we believe Mike will be an incredible asset to the board of governors.” The 24 members of the Board represent Children’s Miracle Network’s corporate, media and hospital partners.
In his role at RE/MAX, Reagan also oversees RE/MAX Commercial Development and all RE/MAX advertising and marketing efforts. That includes: major sponsorships and community-citizenship programs; the RE/MAX Green program; the RE/MAX Relief Fund; the RE/MAX Hot Air Balloon program; The RE/MAX Collection luxury home marketing program; and internal communications.
“It’s important to do all we can for the families that need help,” says Reagan. “I think we’ve not only helped families get through difficult times, but we’ve changed lives.”
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