WOODRIDGE, IL – Danze, Inc. sent a team of 20 cyclists to participate in the 21th annual Denver Children’s Hospital Courage Classic. The Courage Classic is a 3-day, 175 mile bicycle tour through the Colorado Rocky Mountains to raise money for The Children’s Hospital. Team Danze raised over $10,000 for The Children’s Hospital.
The members of “Team Danze” included Michael Werner, Danze CEO, and his son Jack, Keith Yurko, Jeff Pratt, Gary Cardono, Randy Bezon and Pat McGee of Danze, Inc. as well as Scott Weaver from APR Supply, Ranson Roussel and Mollie Donohue from The Distribution Point, Arden Ferris from HFS/Concept 4 Design, Tom Baker from Dynamic Plumbing, Jamie Harrah from Keller Supply, Rick Rhoades from Waterways Plumbing, Myles Glashier from phocas Software, Tom Gabriel from GdB Advertising, John Picchiotti from ProLogis Real Estate, and friends.
“The course was both physically and mentally challenging. It wound through 175 miles of incredibly beautiful Rocky Mountain ski resorts and towns. Everyone loved the event, and our guests said that they will come back next year and bring their friends,” said Michael Werner, President and CEO of Danze, Inc. “Children’s Hospital is a major research institution that provides critical care to thousands of infants and children annually, and our support is consistent with our core value of being a positive force,” continued Werner.
The Children’s Hospital is a private, not-for-profit pediatric healthcare network. Their modern-day mission is to improve the health of children through the provision of high-quality, coordinated programs of patient care, education, research and advocacy.