Once again, the challenge was on at the 2012 BridgeWell Challenge Race at Bandimere Speedway. Instead of battling insurance companies, attorneys had the opportunity to go head to head racing Chevy Camaros down the speedway.
The smell of exhaust, the sound of screeching tires as they grab for traction at 95 mph, and the feeling of a souped-up engine under the hood is enough to satisfy any adrenaline junkie.
But, if you weren’t able to attend, don’t feel left out! This attorney appreciation event is an annual occasion. Be on the lookout for your invitation or contact BridgeWell today to reserve your spot for next year!
BridgeWell management is pleased to announce that Daniel “Barney” Filbert has joined the BridgeWell team as V.P. of Operations. Mr. Filbert is a recent graduate of CSU with a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in corporate finance and investment analysis. His duties will include: office management, case management and negotiations, and attorney and healthcare provider relations.
How much fun can you have with thirty attorneys and some hotrod Cameros? No it’s not a politically incorrect attorney joke; it was the first annual BridgeWell Challenge at Bandimere Speedway Attorney Appreciation Event.
Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to screech off the starting line in a fast, I mean really fast, car? BridgeWell’s network of attorneys had the opportunity and a fun night was had by all who participated; so much so that BridgeWell has decided to do it again on July 26, 2012. Look for a formal invitation in the mail and be sure to reserve your spot to participate.
BridgeWell proudly sponsored the 2011 “Soup for the Soul,” an annual fundraising event benefiting Porter Hospice and St. Anthony Hospice.
Held at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel the BridgeWell staff enjoyed sampling gourmet soups and appetizers from fifteen of Denver’s finest restaurants and had the opportunity to bid on beautiful pieces of art by local and national artists during a silent auction.
Seven years ago BridgeWell partnered with PAL (Police Activities League) as a way to invest in Colorado’s inner-city youth and a way to express our gratitude to Denver’s first responders.
The Denver Police Activities League (PAL) is a non-profit charitable organization established in 1969 to provide athletic and other endeavors to Denver youth during high-risk hours, and to be a positive interface between the Denver Police Department and the community.
As a sponsor the BridgeWell team was invited to attend the 2010 Wine Tasting Fundraiser, featuring local celebrities like Kirk Montgomery, of Channel Nine News, and Jake Schroder, lead singer in the rock and pop band Opie Gone Bad.
It was a fun evening where we sampled great wine, indulged in delicious appetizers and participated in a lottery style competition to bid on some of the finest bottles of wines available.
This year The Daniels fund has given Denver PAL a challenge grant, where they will match dollar-for-dollar all new donations up to an aggregate of $50,000 made to Denver PAL by September 1, 2012. If you’re interested in contributing, your tax deductible donations can be sent to Denver Police Activities League C/O Daniels Matching Grant, 1240 W. Bayaud Ave., Denver, Colorado 80223.