A group of Stoops Freightliner-Quality Trailer employees recently benefited a local charitable organization with the use of the company’s new grill trailer.
On March 30, nine employees volunteered to serve dinner to the guest at the Ronald McDonald House in Indianapolis. The group served a dinner menu consisting of hamburgers, hot dogs, coney sauce, potato salad, condiments, fruit salad, cookies, sweet tea and lemonade.
As guests at the Ronald McDonald House typically come and go while visiting their loved ones in the hospital, the Stoops team was sure to leave behind plenty of leftovers so those who weren’t able to attend the dinner were able to enjoy food after returning to the facility.
The event was an eye-opening experience for Stoops volunteers, said Mike Moore, Stoops business development manager.
“The staff gave our employees a tour of the entire campus,” Moore said. “Our employees were so appreciative that Stoops Freightliner is giving back to our community and to be able to play a big part in it.”
Representing Stoops at the event, included: Brian McCoy, Grant McCoy, Mike Moore, Mike Miller, Tom Nolan, Ron Bruce, Rick Garrigus, Lora Howard and Pam Lindsey.
Serving families since 1982, the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana provides a safe haven and home-away-from-home for parents and siblings of seriously ill or injured children. Since opening, the facility has housed over 35,000 families.