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CB Richard Ellis, managing and leasing agent for 32 Old Slip owner Beacon Capital Partners, hosted its first building-wide blood drive on June 27.

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Caption: CB Richard Ellis, managing and leasing agent for 32 Old Slip owner Beacon Capital Partners, hosted its first building-wide blood drive on June 27. New York Blood Services was pleased with the tenant turnout and Michael Prefi, CBRE senior real estate manager, intends to host semi-annual blood drives. Pictured (l-r): Hector Solarzano, ABM; Michael Prefi, senior real Estate manager, CBRE; Ana Diaz, real services coordinator, CBRE; Jennis Acosta, AIG Tamara Scarlett, corrdinator, New York Blood Services; Carlos Delvalle, New York Blood Services; and Elise Jimenez-Diouf, AIG.
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Date:Aug 6, 2008
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