Al McNeil, Jim Tabler, Amanda McIvor, Rob McBride, Shane Jackson, Jeff Collins and Tony Sloboda with a giant cheque for the Parkers’ Chrysler donation to the Penticton Legion’s Poppy Fund. (Submitted photo)

Dealership fundraiser boost Poppy Campaign

Parkers’ Chrysler raises $2,500 for Legion fundraiser

The latest Parkers’ fundraising campaign raised more than $2,500 to add to the Penticton Legion’s 2017 Poppy Campaign.

Between Nov. 6 and 17, the auto dealership raised $2,660, donating $100 from every new or used vehicle purchase and $10 from every oil change.

“Parkers’ donation really helped top up a successful Poppy Campaign,” said Poppy Fund chairman Al McNeil. Parkers’ general manager Jim Tabler added “fundraising initiatives are a great team builder for our dealership and our staff enjoy getting behind them as they find it rewarding to help the very community we live and work in.”

More information can be found at www.parkerschrylser.ca.

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