Courtesy Sonnenalp Real Estate
Warm up with the coat drive November 29
November 15, 2008 —
If wealth were measured by the number of old coats hanging in basement closets, the Vail Valley would likely top Dubai and Monte Carlo as the most opulent location on the planet.
Now it’s time to spread the wealth.
Our friends at Sonnenalp Real Estate are inspiring us to clean out our closets, have a good time, and donate to a simple-yet-meaningful cause all at the same time.
On Nov. 29, they will host a "Cocktails & Coat Drive" at their McCoy Springs home listing in Arrowhead. The event will keep the people of our county (and region) warm on those oh-so-cold Colorado nights, but it will also give a peek at a spectacular home in McCoy Springs.
“The unique cul-de-sac of contemporary homes offers a perfect location for people to view this incredible property, as well as feel good about giving back to their community.” said Joni White Taylor, President of Sonnenalp Real Estate, and who also contributes her time to the board of the Salvation Army.
The two homes will be open for touring on the Saturday after Thanksgiving from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. and will offer guests hors d’ouvres, provided by Matthews Restaurant in Edwards and wine donated by Doug Tisdale, Esq.
“In a time like this where the economy is challenged, we must group together in creative ways to help one another,” said Sonnenalp Real Estate broker and co-host of the event, Linda Miner.
Donations of a coat, can or toy are welcomed at the event, but are not essential to attend. For more information or to RSVP, please call (970) 477-5300.
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