Our Schaumburg office held their second annual “Bowling for Charity” event on April 18th at Level 257 Bowling in the Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg. More than 110 people attended the event that, through the KoenigRubloff Cares Foundation, raised $5,000 for the Little City Foundation, an organization that provides integrated living arrangement homes for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. To view photos from the event, please click here to visit our Facebook gallery. To read more, please see our coverage in Chicago Tribune and Daily Herald.
On Sunday, February 22nd, our Schaumburg agents & staff hosted a very special dog adoption event at their office at 2570 N Schaumburg Road. The event was put on in conjunction with Chicagoland Dog Rescue, Little City Foundation and KoenigRubloff Cares Foundation. The team put together an array of doggie treats, human treats, gift bags, and there was even a coloring contest for the kids! In the end, 4 dogs were on the road to finding new families. To see all the photos, visit our Facebook album here.
This Sunday, February 22nd, our Schaumburg office and the KoenigRubloff Cares Foundation will hold a pet adoption event in conjunction with Chicagoland Dog Rescue, a Schaumburg-based animal rescue. The event will take place from 12:00pm – 3:00pm at the office, located at 2570 N. Schaumburg Road. All of the dogs at the event have had their shots and have been spayed or neutered. Admission is free and there will be dog themed cookies, snacks, and drinks. Children will also have the opportunity to enter a coloring contest. Puppies are $300 to adopt, while mature dogs are $250 to take home. Donations will also be accepted to benefit the Chicagoland Dog Rescue and Little City Foundation, an organization that provides housing and programs to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. To read more about the event, please click here.
The launch of BHHS KoenigRubloff has been the talk of town! News of the merger has spread to several press outlets over the past few days!
Mary Ellen Podmolik of the Tribune’s Business section wrote about the presence of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices brand in our markets, as well as the combined strength of our leadership team from both companies. You can read the full piece here.
The Chicago Tribune also featured an editorial in its Winnetka-Northfield edition. The Winnetka piece mentions the office’s ribbon cutting ceremony, which included members of the Winnetka Chamber of Commerce.
Dennis Rodkin of Crain’s Chicago Business wrote an in-depth article discussing how BHHS KoenigRubloff is “Connecting Local Roots”. The piece includes quotes from Ron Peltier, Chief Executive Officer of HomeServices of America and BHHS KoenigRubloff’s very own President, Michael Pierson. Michael is quoted saying, “From a consumer standpoint, you can’t find a more trusted name.” To read the full article, please click here.
Other mentions include Justin Greenberg, Vice President and Managing Broker of our Park Ridge office. The Northwest suburban outlet Journal & Topics wrote a piece here. The Niles Herald-Spectator also made note of our merger in a recent mention. Finally our Harbor Country office made waves along the shore when it launched its new office signage. HarborCountryNews.com featured the office’s ribbon cutting here.