Park’N Fly gives back


Park’N Fly has continued the tradition of giving back to the community by hosting Home For Dinner for families staying at Ronald McDonald House in Winnipeg. Ronald McDonald House is a home away from home for out-of-town families who are in Winnipeg while their critically, chronically ill or seriously injured child receives essential medical treatment. “We recognize the vital role that Ronald McDonald House plays for families across the country and have witnessed the impact of donating our time and hosting similar Home For Dinner events in recent years,” said Carlo Marrello, chief executive officer of Park’N Fly. “Our staff remarked that the best part of volunteering for this event was spending time with the families while they dined and hearing their personal stories.” A buffet consisting of barbecued chicken, hamburgers, hot dogs, pasta, veggies, salads, fruit and cake was served to several families who joined the Park’N Fly team for dinner. The event coincided with the launch of Park’N Fly’s newest location, a Valet Indoor parking facility located two minutes from the Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport. Pictured, Park’N Fly team members along with families staying at Ronald McDonald House in Winnipeg.