National Express Corporation (NEC), a leader in safe student transportation, donated 35 turkeys to the Neighborhood Food Pantry at Immanuel in Warrenville.
school bus services to school districts across the country. Giving back to the communities they serve is a
commitment NEC’s CEO David A. Duke stands behind wholeheartedly: ”Our teams routinely
particpate in food drives and Stuff the Bus events benefitting local food
pantries, shelters and charitable organizations in the communities in which they
live and work. We believe in being good neighbors.”
With NEC’s headquarters based in Warrenville, Duke
turned to Warrenville’s Neighborhood Food Pantry at Immanuel to help area families
in need. “This donation arrived at a
perfect time, “ said David Malone, co-coordinator of Neighborhood Food Pantry
at Immanuel. “It takes the community and
businesses to help address very local needs and to help our effors to battle
hunger in the Warrenville area. We can’t
do what we do without your help.”
Every NEC employee
also received a turkey, carrying on a longstanding holiday tradition at the
company. For more information, visit www.nationalexpresscorp.com.
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About our company
Durham School Services, Stock Transportation and Petermann Bus make up National Express Corporation (NEC), headquartered in Warrenville, Ill. As a leader in student transportation, NEC is committed to exceptional safety, outstanding customer service and positive employee relations. Durham and Petermann (United States) and Stock (Canada) operate more than 20,000 buses and serve 450 school districts in 32 states and four provinces. Our success rests with our dedicated employees who live our mission: “Getting kids to school safely, on time and ready to learn.” For more information, visit durhamschoolservices.com.