Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 29, 2013
For the second year in a row, property management software company Buildium, LLC is participating in the annual Cape Cod Getaway.
This weekend-long cycling event covers 150 miles from Boston to the tip of Cape Cod to benefit a great cause – the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. It runs from June 29-30, 2013.
Like last year, Buildium is bringing some of its customers to the Boston area – including paying for their airfare, hotel, and bike rental – just so they can ride alongside Team Buildium: Property Cycled to raise money for this very worthy cause.
Buildium Co-Founder Dimitris Georgakopoulos spearheaded the company’s involvement in the event. For him, it’s been a great way to have fun and meet some amazing people. More than that though, he has a very personal reason to hop on his bike and encourage others to do the same.
“A friend of mine inspired me to participate in the MS ride in 2007. After riding for different teams for three years, a close family member got diagnosed with MS," he says. "This personal connection motivated me to find ways to make a deeper impact. That, coupled with Buildium’s belief in giving back to the community, is what lead us to form our own team.”
Buildium’s goal this year is to raise $40,000 for MS research, and there are 31 Buildians on the team. Last year, 15 Buildians raised $25,000.
The ride has become a great way to have fun, make new friends, and reconnect with old ones.
“I can't thank Buildium enough for having such a fun finish to the ride,” said Team Buildium rider Dave Zolotusky after last year’s event. “Of course, it’s the people on the team that really made the ride great.”
Visit Buildium’s team donation page for more information or to make a donation.
Buildium, LLC provides simple and affordable cloud property management software solutions to landlords, property managers, condominiums, and homeowner associations. Founded in 2004, today more than 7,000 customers use Buildium’s online property management software to manage over half a million units in 31 countries around the world.