Marni Adams and Jim Tabler of Parker’s Chrysler.

Penticton car dealership helps feed the need this season

Parker’s Chrysler is donating to the Salvation Army Food Bank

The team at Parker’s Chrysler in Penticton is doing their part to help Feed the Need this holiday season.

Jim Tabler general manager of Parker’s Chrysler said, his team is hoping to rally support by having the community help gather donations for the Salvation Army Food Bank.

“This can be a difficult time of year for many, so we have decided to support the Salvation Army Food Bank with donations of non-perishable items and monetary donations,” said Tabler.

If a non-perishable donation is dropped off at Parker’s at 1765 Main Street between Nov. 15 to Dec. 15, you can be entered to win either $500 off your next vehicle purchase, a $200 service credit or a detail package worth $179.

“We are excited about this community drive and are also hoping to raise some much-needed monetary donations. Bring your cash or cheque for the Salvation Army to Parkers and we are going to match all donations up to $1000,” explained Tabler.

The team is hoping to raise at least $2000 and a Jeep Gladiator truck full of food to support those in need in our community.

For more information on how you can help, connect with the team at Parkers or call the Salvation Army to find out more about needed items this holiday season.

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