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Mark McQuirk

Mark Mcquirk

10 Commercial Real Estate Group
Business Broker
Missoula County, MT

About Me

Mark has lived in Montana his entire life. He is a graduate from Carroll College in Helena, Montana with his degree in Business Administration. His professional career has consisted of 22 years in Senior Sales, working for companies such as the E&J Gallo Winery, the Rainier Brewing Company, Henry Weinhard’s Brewing Company, the Stroh Brewing Company, and the Pabst Brewing Company. He joined Lambros Real Estate in 1993. He has also been involved in several Missoula restaurants in the Missoula area. Hobbies include skiing, horses, biking, and hiking. • 2017- National ERA Leaders Circle Award • 2016- National ERA Leaders Circle Award • 2015- National ERA Leaders Circle Award • 2014- National ERA Leaders Circle Award • 2013- National ERA Leaders Circle Award • 2012- 100 Million Dollar Career Sales ERA Award Winner • 2012- National ERA Leaders Circle Award Winner • 2010- Top Overall Company Producer • 2010 -Top Commercial Producer • 2004- Silver Top Producer • 2004- Lambros Rookie of the Year • Graduate REALTOR® Institute (GRI) 101 • Member of Montana Association of REALTORS® • Member of National Association of REALTORS® • Eight year Board of Director Member for Lambros Real Estate Companies Commercial Client List • Montana Harley Davidson • Fred’s Appliances • Bob Ward’s Sporting Goods • PostNet • Top Hat Missoula • Brown Sugars Tanning Salons • Summit Beverage • TC Glass Companies • Stone Fly Inc • Max Muscle • West Side Lanes • Rivers Edge Properties • Town Pump • Food for Thought • Tungsten Properties • 406 Motoring • Montana Wheels Corporation • Historic Stockman’s Bar • Sean Kelly’s Irish Pub • Stang Family Holdings • Brown Law Firm Missoula • High Noon’s Petroleum • High Star Stations Spokane • J and R Planning • Newhall Farm and Ranches

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