Parking Management Company believes it is important to invest in our employees and their children by offering scholarship opportunities to help further their education. This was the impetus of our own charitable foundation called PMC Cares.

“PMC Cares and the PMC Employee Scholarship Fund are the result of dedicated planning to ensure we establish the best possible system to take care of our employees and support our communities,” said Tee McCarley, CEO of PMC. “So after all that work, it was thrilling to hold our first ever official fundraiser that allowed our friends and partners to join us to help provide opportunity to hardworking individuals in the PMC family.”

The PMC 1st Annual Employee Scholarship Fund Sporting Clays Shoot was held the afternoon of Tuesday, October 16th at The Nashville Gun Club. It celebrated the work of our employees, allowed us to engage with friends and colleagues, and, most importantly, raised funds for future scholarships.

“Clay shooting in many ways mirrors the work we do – it requires concentration and attention to detail but at the same time, its collegial and you have a great time doing it,” said Tim Wilson, PMC founder/ executive chairman. “This event is uniquely ours and will serve to make a real difference in lives, in the future we encourage anyone with an interest in shooting or giving back to deserving individuals to attend.”

The event sold out of four team sponsorships as well as individual shooter passes with nearly 100 people in attendance.

Full photos of the event can be seen at the Nashville Post.