Averitt says the contribution “signifies the beginning of an ongoing relationship” with state parks

Averitt looks to “foster community ties and promoting sustainability” by establishing a partnership with Tennessee State Parks, according to a release by the company.

In a collaborative meeting with key representatives from Fall Creek Falls, Cummins Falls, Burgess Falls and other local officials, Averitt recently committed to a donation to the state parks.

Commitment – Averitt says it aims to contribute to the preservation of state parks with partnership.

“Averitt and the Tennessee State Parks have shared initiatives focused on community engagement, environmental sustainability, and fostering a positive impact on the local landscape,” said Averitt in a statement. “Through this partnership, Averitt aims to contribute to the preservation and enhancement of the natural beauty that these parks offer to residents and visitors alike.”

Cultivating impactful relationships is important to the transportation giant.

“Averitt is committed to cultivating impactful relationships within the communities we are privileged to serve. Through our collaboration with Tennessee State Parks, our shared goal is to enhance education, promote sustainability, and preserve the natural beauty of Tennessee and its surrounding communities,” said Kent Williams, executive vice president of sales and marketing at Averitt.

Averitt says the contribution “signifies the beginning of an ongoing relationship, with both parties committed to exploring further opportunities for collaboration.”

For more information visit Averitt.com/Sustainability.

Photo courtesy of Averitt.

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