Lawley, Joe Basil Chevrolet team up to assist Olmsted Parks, operations staff with two new trucks
Without further ado, the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy, in partnership with Lawley and Joe Basil Chevrolet, introduces to the community Shamrock Olms and Meadow Lark, two new heavy-duty trucks that will serve District 2 (Cazenovia, South and Heacock Parks) and District 4 (Delaware Park).
Spring is in the air and summer is just a couple of months away, thus the conservancy staff is in high gear getting ready for peak park season. With hard work comes the need for useful and reliable landscape equipment, which is a significant investment for the conservancy.
“Thanks to the generous assistance of Lawley and Joe Basil Chevrolet, our operations team has two new trucks, which are crucial to their daily operations,” said Stephanie Crockatt, executive director of Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy. “The conservancy staff works year-round to provide exceptional park maintenance for the entire historic Olmsted park system. Having the proper equipment is a serious investment, and one which ensures our success now and in the future.”
In celebration of these new trucks, the conservancy, along with Lawley and Joe Basil Chevrolet, invited the community to be involved in a fun naming process. More than 60 submissions were made online and via social media.