Crown Castle, the nation’s largest provider of shared communications infrastructure, hosted a day of service at Palma Park in Sunnyslope on May 8, as part of its Connected by Good community service initiative.

On a single day, more than 1,880 employees helped revitalize 22 parks in 21 cities, for a total of 9,500 volunteer hours spent enhancing the communities where employees live and work.

In Phoenix, 80 local Crown Castle employees rolled up their sleeves to clean up Palma Park and the 10th and 11th Street basins. To show support, Maricopa County Supervisor Bill Gates, who represents the area, attended and joined employees in their efforts.

“Our employees are enthusiastic about community service, and every year they look forward to our volunteer day dedicated to cleaning up parks across the country,” said Jay Brown, president and CEO of Crown Castle.



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