Team Schlopy Cares

When you work with Summit Sotheby’s International Realty, you are supporting non-profit organizations in our local community. At the close of every escrow, our sales associates and real estate brokerage firm voluntarily donate a portion of their earnings to local 501(c)3 non-profit charities. We refer to the funds donated as “Sotheby’s Cares.” Through this program, Summit Sotheby’s International Realty provides its agents, as well as clients, the opportunity to participate in giving back to the local community. So far we have given back over $250,000 to the local Park City community.


This year Summit Sotheby’s International Realty has formed a team with Michael Katz, CEO of Vail Resorts, for the Epic Ski Challenge, a competition presented by Vail Resorts to raise awareness and resources for charities serving Utah and Colorado communities. The 2015 Epic Ski Challenge will be a Colorado vs. Utah competition and the total challenge purse for benefiting charities has increased to $400,000!  Vail Resorts’ growing presence in Utah with their historical roots in Colorado will make the Challenge bigger and better with a spirit of cooperation AND competition. The state that wins the challenge will share a $250,000 pot, while teams from the second place state will share a $150,000 pot. The cumulative score of each state’s respective teams will determine which state wins interstate competition.


KPCW is your community voice. No matter how small or big the amount our listeners give, KPCW is supported by everyone and that’s what makes 91.9FM so special. KPCW asks its listeners for support in bringing daily, original news, information and entertainment focused on Park City, Summit and Wasatch Counties. KPCW is listener supported. Support local journalism and a community radio station that is run for, by and with the people of your community. Join Summit Sotheby’s International Realty on February 12th at 9am as we participate in the KPCW Valentines Pledge Challenge. Call me for details! Give what you can and let’s keep KPCW on the air.