Ace Parking San Diego

Social Responsibility with Ace Parking San Diego

Posted on: November 13, 2013

Parking management company Ace Parking San Diego has grown over the years to become one of the top 5 parking management companies in the United States. Ace Parking San Diego now runs 450 parking facilities around the country, employing 4,500 people and serving an estimated 250,000 customers each and every day. That’s not bad for a company that began as a one office, one lot business run by one man, Evan Jones, back in 1950. But even after 60+ years in business, the leaders at Ace Parking San Diego have not forgotten their roots. As proof, take Ace Parking San Diego’s longstanding commitment to social responsibility in the community.

Ace Parking San Diego maintains an active role in each and every community where they have an active presence, including, of course, their native San Diego. Just last year Ace Parking San Diego gave a donation of $15,000 to the San Diego Police Foundation to help fund new bicycles for the police force. Ace Parking San Diego is involved in many other foundations, nonprofits and charities in San Diego and in communities across America, including but not limited to the American Cancer Society, the Navy Seals Special Welfare Unit, the Pro Kids Golf Academy, Ronald McDonald House, and St Vincent DePaul Society. Ace Parking San Diego’s involvement with these organizations goes deeper than financial commitment, as well; it is an extension of the company’s belief in maintaining a “neighbors helping neighbors” approach to doing business.

Social responsibility means that the companies who are having success within those communities owe a debt of responsibility to those less fortunate within the community. Such is the driving force behind much of Ace Parking San Diego’s philanthropic output. This commitment to social responsibility on the part of Ace Parking San Diego is refreshing to see in an era of increasing corporate greed and selfish capitalism.


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