Managing principal of Ace Parking Keith Jones has announced that the company intends to expand its community service practices. While the company is already known for its extensive community involvement, Jones noted that there is “always more that can be done.”
Ace Parking has a long history of positive business practices that include maintaining an active presence within the community. Given Ace Parking’s storied history of helpful community endeavors, it should come as no surprise that managing principal of Ace Parking Keith Jones has announced that the company is looking to expand its community involvement even more than ever before.
“We feel that it is very important to support the community that supports us, and we are glad to offer our support through varied community service projects and by assisting with projects that benefit the community as often as possible,” said managing principal of Ace Parking Keith Jones. “While we are proud of our community service efforts thus far, we also recognize that there is always more that can be done. This is the reason that we are now expanding our community involvement in a variety of ways.”
One recent example includes Ace Parking’s involvement with Mental Health Systems (MHS), a non-profit organization that assists many individuals in addressing a number of behavioral health issues. Ace Parking has partnered with MHS, and in doing so has made a positive impact on the lives of many people associated with MHS. The efforts of Ace Parking and MHS were honored at a recent luncheon in which Keith Jones accepted the “Be the Hope” award, which recognizes Ace’s support of MHS and its hiring practices that offer inclusion to participants in the MHS program.
While there are many recent examples of Ace Parking’s community service efforts, the company remains dedicated to expanding these efforts in order to continue to serve a community that has been supportive of the company itself.
“If there is one thing that we can emphasize, it is that we will never feel like we have ‘done enough,’” said Jones. “There are always opportunities available to assist the community, and we are always looking for ways to offer our assistance.”