the paragon network donates thousands to breast cancer foundations
November 16, 2018
The Paragon Network donated thousands of dollars to breast cancer foundations through their “Think Pink” Breast Cancer Awareness campaign in October.
During the month of October, participating members of the Paragon Network handed out “Think Pink” awareness bracelets, t-shirts, hats and pens. Many of them also donated a portion of their fuel or service revenue to organizations supporting the prevention and treatment of breast cancer. Paragon Aviation Group also made a donation for every FBO survey completed during the month of October. Top contributors included Odyssey Aviation Bahamas, Hill Aircraft, Texas Jet, Platinum Air Center and Business Air.
“It’s an honor to work with this elite group of independent FBOs on a daily basis,” said Scott Jefvert, Director of Sales for Paragon Aviation Group. “For the second year in a row, our members have made a large contribution to the continued effort to find a cure for this disease that affects so many men and women across the world.”
Paragon Aviation Group will have their “Think Pink” campaign every year in October to support Breast Cancer Awareness month and continue raising awareness for men and women everywhere.
The Paragon Network is a distinguished membership of independent FBO’s that provide an elite experience to general aviation travelers in North America. Paragon Aviation Group performs a comprehensive audit of each facility and services offered to ensure the quality of the member base prior to any FBO joining The Paragon Network. Each member FBO must comply with a set of strategically developed core standards in order to remain in the Paragon Network, which is facilitated by Paragon Aviation Group.
Paragon Aviation Group is owned and operated by Delk’s Valley Oil, a family business comprised of Mike Delk, Megan Barnes and Molly LeBlanc. With their combined industry experience of over 75 years, they have introduced an exciting new industry platform for premier aviation service providers.