Friedman Execs Get Dunked for Charity

Posted on June 26, 2014

Farmington Hills, Michigan (June 25, 2014) – Friedman Integrated Real Estate Solutions, one of the nation’s leading providers of commercial real estate services, held a dunk tank fundraiser on Thursday June 19, 2014 during their annual employee appreciation barbeque. David Friedman, President and CEO, along with other top executives, participated in the event, which benefited the following local charities: Alzheimer’s Foundation, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Wounded Warrior Project, Forgotten Harvest, American Cancer Society, Easter Seals Michigan, and the Michigan Humane Society. Proceeds from the dunk tank totaled over $1,500.

Friedman believes strongly in the value of community service. “Corporate citizenship is one of our core values in this company,” said Friedman. “Coming together as an organization to support worthy causes is what it’s all about.”  Friedman and his employees have a long track record of community service, donating gifts annually to Toys for Tots since 2004, participating in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure walk for the past two years and volunteering at the Lighthouse Food Bank in Pontiac, Michigan for the past five years. In addition, Friedman employees regularly volunteer their time at Gleaners Food Bank, Blessings in a Backpack, and Forgotten Harvest.


Recognized as one of the largest privately-held commercial real estate organizations in the nation, Friedman Integrated Real Estate Solutions provides clients with a single point of contact for the full range of services it offers.

Friedman manages over 140 facilities encompassing more than 16M SF of commercial and 7,000 multi-family units across the country. Friedman’s brokerage team has over 800 current listings with $10 billion in closed transactions. As owners and managers of commercial property for over 25 years, Friedman understands what it takes to achieve results that maximize the client’s objectives.

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