Shae was overwhelmed at the contributions of her BGV family, stating, “Many thanks to the BGV employees for their support of the recent Food Drive. Gaston Feuereisen and his staff at FIRC were so excited."
Breckenridge, CO (PRWEB) March 30, 2016
During a historically challenging time of year for collecting donations, Breckenridge Grand Vacations (BGV) employees managed to help fully stock the FIRC Food Bank this past February. After the holidays came to a close, BGV placed large food donation bins at all of their offices, including the Grand Lodge on Peak 7, Grand Timber Lodge, Gold Point Resort, Breck Inn, Main Street Sales Center and Connect Breck building on Airport Road. Not only was every collection bin overflowing with food by the end of the month, but the staff also collected an abundance of coats to help Summit County locals in need this winter.
Shae Loomis, of the BGV Owner Relations department, assisted in organizing the BGV Food Drive with help from fellow employees Nick Borovich, Nadia Williamson, Amanda Testwuide and countless other BGV personnel. Shae was overwhelmed at the contributions of her BGV family, stating, “Many thanks to the BGV employees for their support of the recent Food Drive. Gaston Feuereisen and his staff at FIRC were so excited. The donation bins were brimming full. My colleagues are truly the best, most giving people. Their generosity continues to blow me away.”
This isn’t the first time BGV has partnered with FIRC to help their local community, and it surely won’t be the last. Earlier this month, donations from BGV helped make the opening of Breck’s new FIRC office possible. The addition of this location enables FIRC to offer more accessible services to the community, including assistance with food, childcare, medical coverage, housing and family support programs. For more information on BGV Gives, please contact Deb Edwards at (970) 547-8748.
About Breckenridge Grand Vacations
Created in 1984, Breckenridge Grand Vacations (BGV) was built by brothers Mike and Rob Millisor and friend Mike Dudick upon the belief that the success of their company would be determined by the positive impact it had on their owners and guests, employees and the community. The developers of the company also embraced the concept that BGV would be the best in sales if they were first and foremost the best in customer service. The company has embraced the Net Promoter methodology company-wide and consistently beats industry averages with its high scores. BGV now creates Grand vacations for over 23,000 owners and employs over 500 staff members.
Sadly, Rob Millisor passed away in October, 2015 while on a humanitarian visit to Nepal. His example and service to the needs of others remains a strong focus with BGV’s leadership and staff. He is greatly missed and his legacy of success and giving continues.