C&W director wins tennis tournament. (Transcripts).
Paul Glickman, a Cushman & Wakefield executive director in New York area brokerage, was a finalist in the consolation round with his partner Canuto Gutierrez, and was a member of the winning 12-member team in the tournament's team competition.
The Pro/Am tournament consisted of 24 current and former U.S. Open tennis stars, and 24 amateurs from the New York City real estate community. Proceeds from the REBNY tournament benefit Clown Care, a division of the Big Apple Circus. Clown Care arranges for clowns to visit hospitals throughout the United States to entertain children who have serious illnesses.
"It was great to be part of an event that benefits less fortunate chil ken," said Moss. "It reflects well on the Real Estate Board of New York, which did a terrific job organizing this year's event."
Each 12-member team consisted of six amateurs and six professional tennis stars. Real estate executives from the winning team included Cushman & Wakefield's Glickman and Moss, Tim Barefield, Stephen DeNardo of River Oak Investments, Sam Lehrman of Sam Lehrman LLC and Steve Siegel of Insignial/ESG.
According to Glickman who is a member of the REBNY Pro/Am tournament committee, which designates charities to receive proceeds from the event, "It's more of a pleasure each year to be a part of this event as the tournament grows and we receive more involvement and support from members of the real estate community. We're already looking forward to next year."
The runners-up in the tournament's doubles competition were Anthony Malkin, president of W&M Properties, and Gene Mayer, a once top-five ranked player on the professional circuit.
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|Title Annotation:||Cushman and Wakefield|
|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Nov 7, 2001|
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