GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO. – CCIG has won $22,500 for the Special Olympics Colorado at the Chubb Charity Challenge national finals in Kiawah, S.C.
CCIG’s team – composed of Brook Mahoney, Kelly Mahoney, Andrew Mahoney, Michael Kline and Chubb Regional Vice President Brian Young – competed against 44 other teams from across the U.S. and Canada.
“We were happy to compete in the challenge once again this year and were honored to represent the Special Olympics Colorado,” CCIG CEO Brook Mahoney said. “Most people don’t realize that Special Olympics is the largest sports organization in the world serving over 4.2 million people with intellectual disabilities worldwide. We’re pleased to be able to do our part to support its mission.”
Launched in 1996, the Chubb Charity Challenge invites agents, brokers and clients to golf in regional tournaments hosted by local Chubb branches. Competing on behalf of their selected charities, the winning team from each regional tournament advances to the national tournament. Since 2000, more than 5,200 teams have participated in the Chubb Charity Challenge, raising more than $15 million for charity collectively.
The 2018 Chubb Charity Challenge was held Oct. 28-30 at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island in Kiawah, S.C.
Based in Greenwood Village, Colo., CCIG was founded in 1985 and has grown to become one of the nation’s leading business insurance brokerages. Employing a team of 95 insurance professionals, CCIG provides property, casualty, risk management, employee benefits, and life and wealth management services to clients nationwide. Web address: https://thinkccig.com
About Special Olympics
Special Olympics was founded in 1969 on the belief that people with intellectual disabilities can, with proper instruction and encouragement, learn, enjoy and benefit from participation in individual and team sports. Special Olympics Colorado provides more than 100 opportunities for athletes to train and compete each year in 22 sports for individuals ages 2 and up.