The Rianne Sanchez Group sponsors the Snapping Tortuga Open Water Swim

The Rianne Sanchez Group joined a group of prestigious firms in sponsoring the recent Snapping Tortuga Open Water Swim race on October 6, 2013. This open 500m, 2.5K and 5K swimming competition was held in Lake Conroe where many triathletes and swimmers across all proficiency levels converged for an emerging tradition in The Woodlands area, as they train for recreational purposes or to compete in larger competitions like the Memorial Hermann Ironman Texas. Danny Sanchez, VP of Operations and Client Relations of The Rianne Sanchez Group, competed in the 5K (3.1 mile) race, finishing with a time of 1 hour, 10 minutes.

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“We are honored to sponsor and participate in these kinds of races,” said Mr. Sanchez. “The Snapping Tortuga series – which includes the seasonal The Tortuga and The Hare races – are events that make a difference in the community by not only enriching the choices for competitive activities, but also strengthening the bonds between the athletes and the people that live at or close to the venue.”

“The Third Annual Snapping Tortuga Open Water Swim had over 150 registered participants, and is projected to grow significantly over the next few years,” noted coach Tim Floyd, the event organizer. “We’re grateful that The Rianne Sanchez Group has joined our efforts in growing the event to what it is now, and we’re excited to count with them as we unfold our plans for the future.”

Other event sponsors include Sterling Ridge Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, Klean Athlete, Gullo Ford, and Swim Shops of the Woodlands.

About Danny Sanchez

Joining Rianne's award-winning team after a successful career as a Program and Operations Manager for a global outsourcing firm (with Fortune 100 companies as his primary clients), Danny has seen The Woodlands grow to what it has become today since 2001. An advocate for innovation and perfecting the Best Possible Real Estate experience, he understands very well that clients always come first. In his own words, "success looks like clients feel that they don't have any needs - because you've more than anticipated them."