IllinoisCRE Elite 6 to host first ever Chicago real estate networking summit July 3, 2018 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via email Elite 6, a philanthropic membership organization that brings together top performers in the real estate industry, will host a “Meet the Elite 6” networking summit on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Rhine Hall Distillery in Chicago. The event will offer attendees the opportunity to hear from Elite 6 Alumni about their success in bridging the Chicago real estate industry with philanthropic need, including raising nearly $30,000 for hurricane relief in it’s first year. Ticketed guests will network with top performers and visionaries from across Chicago’s thriving real estate Industry and will learn more about the application and nomination process for Elite 6’s hallmark event in December 2018, The Elite 6 Dinner. Panelist and Elite 6 Alum, Kelli Fogarty, will also announce the details of charity partner and beneficiary of the 2018 Elite 6 Programming and Dinner, Imerman Angels. “Elite 6 is doing something that has never been done before,” said Jenny Delaney, founder and executive director of the Elite 6. “Year by year, these dinners are reshaping the idea of success in the real estate industry in Chicago and across the country. The Elite 6 vision is to become a beacon of hope that has a major impact on the world in which we share. We’re shaping legacies and making building connections that will forever change the landscape of this industry.” “I’m very proud to be part of Chicago’s growing real estate community in support of the annual Elite 6 Dinner. My experience attending the 2017 Elite 6 Dinner was truly one of a kind, and I look forward to continuing the momentum by engaging new leaders and finding ways to bridge the gap between the real estate industry and the philanthropic needs of our community. Success can mean so much more,” Tommy Choi, co-founder of Weinberg Choi Residential and “The Reigning #6″ of the Elite 6 2017 Alumnus and panelist said.