At ETS International, the community is also considered part of its extended family. Nowhere is that more evident than in the charity work ETS International prides itself on.
Reaching out to those less fortunate is integral to the business model Johnny Greene has set forth since the inception of the company in 2006.
In fact, there’s not a month that goes by that ETS is not involved in some sort of charity. Johnny Greene serves on the board of directors of the Cerebral Palsy of Massachusetts organization. ETS International took their love for the Boston Bruins to another level, working closely with the Boston Bruins Foundation. This foundation’s mission is to assist charitable organizations that demonstrate a strong commitment to enhancing the quality of life for children in the New England area.
For example, Johnny took Marina Domenici, a 14-year-old friend of the family who has Down syndrome, to a Bruins game in one of their limousines. Not only did Marina get a limousine ride and enjoy great seats at the game, but she also got to take a spin around the ice on the Zamboni. (See Limo Digest, April 2013).
Employees of ETS recently participated in Project Bread’s Walk for Hunger, in which Johnny Greene personally raised over $5,000 for the hungry in Massachusetts.
This past May, ETS International donated vehicles to transport some of the surviving victims of the Boston Marathon bombings and their families to a fundraising event held in their honor. ETS International has been awarded for its philanthropic work in the community, winning the Community Service Award at the Limo Digest Show in 2009. “I think the more you give, the more you receive, and if you concentrate on giving, being fair and honest and friendly to the people who work for you and the people who buy from you, it pays you huge dividends in the end,” says Johnny. “So I never worry about what I will get from somebody, I worry about what I can give to somebody.” // LD
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