Parking Management Company (PMC) held its second annual clay shoot event on October 15th, 2019 at the Nashville Gun Club. The event was in celebration and support of PMC Cares, the company’s charitable foundation that seeks to provide scholarship opportunities for employees and their children.

“The 2019 PMC Cares Clay shoot turned out to be a great success thanks to our partners and teammates. The money we raised will be much appreciated by the teammates and families of those receiving scholarships.”

said Justin Hill, VP of Human Resources.

With the fundraising efforts of PMC employees, generous sponsors, and the PMC Cares board of directors, the company was able to raise over $30,000 for the scholarship fund.

Led by chairwomen Shannon Cahill and Lynley McCarley, the event featured a full round of clay shooting for 20 teams, with over 100 people attending. A lively reception followed, catered by sponsor Peg Leg Porker. The company held a silent auction and raffle contest to generate additional proceeds, and company leadership graciously served guests at the bar. Live music was provided by The Beens, a band comprised almost entirely of PMC employees.

PMC Cares was founded last year with the goal of giving back to the community and making a difference in the lives of employees and their families. The company is excited to continue hosting their annual clay shoot event and encourages anyone who would like to support PMC Cares to attend next year.

PMC would like to thank platinum sponsor Peg Leg Porker and gold sponsors Paycom, Daily Pay, and Southland Tickets for their valuable contributions.