Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) Denver Chapter's annual banquet fundraiser

March 11, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. March 11, 2010 Steve Rosch, a leading broker associate with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Greenwood Village, is seeking art donations for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) Denver Mile High Chapter's 13th annual banquet fundraiser. The banquet, scheduled for March 27, 2010 at The Plaza at the Denver Merchandise Mart in Denver, will raise money to ensure the future of elk and other wildlife species and their habitat throughout the Rocky Mountain region.

"I am a committee volunteer for the RMEF's Denver chapter and our annual banquet is a key fundraising event for this important non-profit conservation group," said Rosch. "We rely primarily on volunteers at the local level to generate money for habitat improvement and land acquisition. Essentially, if it's good for elk and other wildlife, we do whatever we can. The RMEF was founded in 1984 by our hunters from Troy, Montana in order to guarantee a wild future for North America's grandest game animal. Today, there are more than 550 foundation chapters hosting annual fundraising events, and we hope to make our banquet one of the most successful."

More information on RMEF's Denver chapter can be viewed online at www.rmefdenver.org. Banquet RSVP, registration and membership forms are also available on the website. Attendees to the banquet will enjoy live and silent auctions for such items as big game rifles, wildlife paintings, rare gemstone jewelry, and more. Interested parties can contact the Denver chapter via e-mail at denverrmef@comcast.net.

Those interested in donating artwork or other items for the March 27th banquet can contact Rosch direct at 303.255.2629 or by e-mail at Steve@OpeningColorado.com. For details on real estate services from Rosch, visit online at www.OpeningColorado.com.