New YorkAnd May 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – Proud of our supporters GrowNYCtask to improve New York City Quality of life through environmental and sustainability programs, and New York Auto Show And Subaru America Donate all the plants and flowers displayed from the 2022 exhibition to the organization. GrowNYC Provides plants and experiences for adjacent open space projects such as community gardens, schools, block associations, senior centers and churches.
“Every year, the New York Auto Show works to recycle and reuse its displays to reduce the impact on the environment as well as help others,” he said. Mark Sheenbergpresident of the New York Auto Show.
“This year, with so many plants and flowers being used in the Subaru display and in the electric car test track, we wanted to make it live after the show and it was very rewarding to see the many green-toed volunteers from across the city gathering to beautify their neighborhoods and herald the arrival of spring in their neighborhoods. New York CitySchenberg said.
“Community gardening and local farming are both important steps in improvement as well as raising awareness of creating a more sustainable city. We thank Subaru and the New York Auto Show for their generous donation,” Mike RizniAssistant Director of Green Space Programs at GrowNYC.
“In addition to 25 community groups benefiting from donated plants, more than 15 high-end centers received indoor plants to delight their residents,” he continued. Rizni.
“as part of Love Promise from SubaruSubaru and our retailers are committed to making a positive impact in the communities in which we live and work. Subaru is proud to donate many of the plants and trees used in our immersive National Park display at the auto show to GrowNYC, ensuring that these beautiful plants bring joy to communities throughout New York City,” She said Keri Ann NolanDirector of Automotive Shows and Events, Subaru of America, Inc.
“We have a long history of protecting the environment and our display has featured recycled and sustainable materials wherever possible, so of course we took the opportunity to give these plants a second life and give back to the local community,” Nolan continued.
Supporting many community organizations as they help in promoting sustainability through New York City It is great to be a part of it and it fits perfectly with the core values of Subaru and its dealers.” Mark LacherKoeppel Subaru’s main dealer New York City.
GrowNYC’s mission is to improve New York City Quality of life through environmental programs that transform communities block by block and empower all New Yorkers to secure a clean and healthy environment for future generations. GrowNYC was originally established in 1970 as the Environmental Council of New York City (CENYC) is now the largest and most established environmental organization in New York City with 3 million New Yorkers participating each year in GrowNYC programs.
About Subaru America
Like Kelly Blue Book The Most Trusted Brand For eight consecutive years, Subaru of America is committed to building vehicles our customers can rely on while being part of a larger commodity. From Share the Love events that support numerous charitable organizations to the funding we provide to nonprofits in our communities across the country to our zero landfill production plant, we are proud to say Subaru is more than just an automobile company.
About New York Auto display
The New York Auto Show is a great mix of fresh ideas, technological innovation, exceptional concept cars and nearly hundreds of the latest new cars and trucks for 2022/23. Founded in 1900, this year, North Amarica The oldest and largest car showroom ever attended, with an area of 250,000 square feet. to electric cars to hundreds of thousands of attendees who visited the show this year.
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