Lorrie Webb Grillo Vice President of Marketing
Office: (303) 399.7777
Direct: (303) 336.4708
Fax: (303) 336.7169
Lorrie Webb Grillo started her marketing career in 1977 first as a writer – of grants. After winning more that $250,000 for the city of Portsmouth, NH in urban development action grant funds, she co-founded her own public relations and marketing firm, working with real estate and development companies to market and promote their properties. Since that time she has marketed and promoted non-profits, start-ups and her own businesses. Along the way she’s written advertising copy, plays, brochures, annual reports, skits, odes and greeting cards. She’s even written a rap song entitled "Jeannie Turns 50!"
Lorrie has an immense respect for the work Perry & Co. agents do everyday to meet their clients’ needs, their time frames, and their budgets. She couldn’t imagine working in a better real estate company – where integrity rules the day; where agents truly work as teammates; where everyone - agents, staff, management and clients - are treated the same like family. Lorrie is not a licensed real estate agent – in fact, when she joined Perry & Co. as the Director of Marketing in 2002 she decided she would stay firmly planted in her shoes as a “consumer” of real estate information. This role, helps her to maintain a distance from the real estate jargon and creates the right marketing message that consumers can understand and find compelling. In 2010, Lorrie became Vice President of Marketing for Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals.
Lorrie is an avid hiker – in 2010 she completed her 30th 14'er. She and her husband love to travel, fly-fish, bike, and snowshoe. Her children are University of Colorado Buffs – one is a graduate; the other is a junior. In 2008, she completed training as a Certified Practitioner of Essential Feng Shui and started her own consulting business, Thriving Spaces Feng Shui. Lorrie recently joined the Board of Directors for Cocktails for a Cause Colorado, a Colorado-based non-profit where donors purchase needed items and present them to local charities in an informal gathering over cocktails and networking.