The Ronald McDonald House of Delaware Announces Local Men Volunteering as Shoe Guys for 2nd Annual Wine Women & Shoes Event

 

The Ronald McDonald House of Delaware (RMHDE) has selected a fantastic and energetic group of volunteers to serve as Shoe Guys for the 2nd annual Wine Women and Shoes event.

 

On November 3 at the Chase Center on the Riverfront, over 30 men from our area will be greeting and socializing with guests, presenting designer goodies on silver platters, selling raffle tickets, promoting auction lots, and making guests feel special during the Wine Women and Shoes event. They are also competing for the coveted “King of Sole” crown, which they earn by their most important role in the event – personally raising funds for the RMHDE. The 2021 reigning “King of Sole,” Brian Reed, raised more than $5,700 for the RMHDE as a Shoe Guy leading up to last year’s event. Together, the Shoe Guys raised over $45,000 in 2021.

 

To learn more about our Shoe Guys and how you can donate to your favorite Shoe Guy in raising funds for the families and patients that the RMHDE serves each day, please visit: https://give.rmhde.org/campaign/shoe-guys-2022/c417349

 

2022 Wine Women & Shoes RMHDE Shoe Guys:

  • Vipul Bhatt – Information Security Officer, EPA
  • Jeff Birzes – Demand and Delivery Manager, CSC
  • Mike Byrnes – Chief Client Officer, InStep Health
  • Jon Czech – Real Estate Agent, The Mottola Group, Compass Real Estate
  • Chris Daly – Vice President and Chief Information Officer, CSC
  • Joe Deluca – National Account Manager, CSC
  • Tom Desper – Real Estate Agent, The Mottola Group, Compass Real Estate
  • Pete Duncan – Real Estate Agent, The Mottola Group, Compass Real Estate
  • Shane Evans – Corporate Consultant, CSC
  • Justin Franiak – Radio Host, WJBR
  • Bill Irvin – Owner, Snuff Mill Restaurant, Butchery & Wine Bar
  • Chris Lee – Real Estate Agent, The Mottola Group, Compass Real Estate
  • Chris Leonard – Operations Manager, WJBR
  • Patrick Litz – Corporate Consultant, CSC
  • Gianni Maiorano Consultant – Online Brand Protection, CSC
  • Ian McConnel – Chief Risk and Compliance Officer, CSC
  • Davis McDermott – Real Estate Agent, The Mottola Group, Compass Real Estate
  • Keith Meixell – Director, Global Investment Operations, BlackRock
  • Troy Nuss – Director of Development, Ronald McDonald House of Delaware
  • Brian Reed – Real Estate Agent, Long and Foster
  • Paul Rice – Head of Owned Marketing Channels and Channel Execution, Bank of America
  • John Roche – Senior Corporate Consultant, CSC
  • Ben Rush – Senior Corporate Consultant, CSC
  • Bill Shuker – Captain Lansdowne Fire Company
  • Michael Sicuranza – CEO/Sr. Financial Advisor, Affinity Wealth Management
  • John Sloniewski – Real Estate Agent, The Mottola Group, Compass Real Estate
  • Kyle Sobieski – Director of Production, WJBR
  • Dan Symanski – Retired, Sunoco  
  • Bob Williams – Retired, Delmarva Power                   
  • Mike Fulmer – Marketing Director, Barclay's
  • Brad Shenkle – Corporate, Consultant, CSC
  • Chris Bazydola – Plant Manager, Spectrum Plastics Group
  • David Beaver - Real Estate Agent, The Mottola Group, Compass Real Estate
  • Mike Fulmer – Marketing Director, Barclays

 

About the Ronald McDonald House of Delaware

 

The Ronald McDonald House of Delaware provides a temporary residence for families of seriously ill or injured children receiving treatment at area hospitals. In addition to providing a place to stay, the House offers nurturing and supportive environments where families can be together and find comfort.
 

Many families travel far from home and spend several weeks or months to get treatment for their seriously ill or injured children – a long time to be away or to divide a family. And, for children facing a serious medical crisis, nothing seems scarier than not having family close by for love and support.

 

To find out more about how you can volunteer or contribute to the Ronald McDonald House of Delaware, please visit: https://rmhde.org/ways-to-give/

 

About Wine Women & Shoes


Founded in Napa Valley in 2005, WW&S is a fun-and-fashionable national event series that lets women put their most generous foot forward, sip to their hearts’ content, and laugh until their cheeks hurt. (Talk about a positively good time!) With events in over 200 cities—and counting—it has helped net over $90 million for various causes across the country.
 
 

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