Marcin’s hometown is Milwaukee, WI. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee with a BA in Marketing. Marcin’s family includes wife Stacy and black lab Atlas. Working in the ski industry for over a decade, Marcin is no stranger to ski towns. With an international marketing background and experience in resort markets, Marcin joined TREC in 2014 to work alongside Jon Dwight and Alex Martin. In his role as Marketing Manager and Broker Associate, he believes that when a property is packaged and presented appropriately, sellers are positioned for success. Marcin is an avid skier and also enjoys mountain biking and hiking with his pup.
Hometown: Delafield, WI
Family: Wife Stacy and a playful black lab named Atlas
Education: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Background: Marcin joined Telluride Real Estate Corp. in 2014. His strong marketing background ensures our team’s listings receive maximum exposure. Marcin focuses on the latest marketing and technology trends. He believes when a property is packaged and presented appropriately, sellers are positioned for success.
As a passionate skier and traveler Marcin is no stranger to western ski towns. He spent most of his free time in college traveling the vast Western United States. In business school, he gravitated towards marketing and real estate. After graduating with a Bachelor’s in Marketing, Marcin moved to the mountains for a management role with Vail Resorts. From there, he worked for the Mountain Lodge in Telluride as Digital Marketing Manager. His success in the Telluride market led to an opportunity with the TREC team which he is proud to be a part of.
Community: Marcin enjoys volunteering for Angel Baskets and is an advocate of the Rocky Mountain Lab Rescue. You can find him providing elbow grease for wife Stacy’s involvement with the Pinhead Institute and Telluride Aids Benefit.
For Fun: Marcin is an avid skier in the winter and a passionate biker during the summer.
“I think the best part about Telluride is that it’s a real town. There’s a genuine sense of community here. It’s not just a product of the ski resort. I think that’s why it’s retained its unique character.”