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The Saguaros: Sean Doyle and Jonah Joffe co-chair 2023 Olympiad

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From left are co-chairs Jonah Joffe and Sean Doyle of the 2023 Olympiad at Scottsdale Stadium this April. (File Photos/

The Saguaros 2023 Olympiad is April 14 at Scottsdale Stadium

Staff Reports | Digital Free Press

From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 14, about 500 real estate professionals will descend on Scottsdale Stadium to participate in the 2023 Olympiad fundraising event.

In its 24th year, the Olympiad will also include a general admission beer garden where the public is invited to enjoy the event.

A $100 general admission ticket provides entry to the event, food and drink all day, music, and a spectator area to view the Olympiad competitors.

This year, the event is co-chaired by Saguaros members Sean Doyle and Jonah Joffe, according to a press release.

Mr. Doyle is a land use and zoning attorney at Tiffany & Bosco and Mr. Joffe is a real estate agent at The Joffe Group.

Active members in the club, both say they were eager to take on the Olympiad leadership positions.

Mr. Doyle is chairing the Brokers for Kids (BFK) division of the event, which includes teams of commercial real estate professionals. Mr. Joffe is chairing the Agents Benefiting Children (ABC) division of the event, which includes teams of residential real estate professionals.

“The Olympiad event takes place in April,” says Mr. Doyle, “but the fundraising actually begins months in advance of the event. We held our Olympiad kickoff meeting in January, and our teams have already been working hard to raise funds for children’s charities through sponsorship sales, raffle ticket sales, and other pre-Olympiad fundraising efforts.”

Mr. Joffe says he hopes to eclipse last year’s philanthropic take a the Olympiad.

“Last year, the Saguaros awarded nearly $1.3 million in grant funding to 48 nonprofits serving Arizona’s children,” He said. “We hope to surpass that number this year.”

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