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.”

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