Popular airport parking deals site OnAirParking.com is fighting climate change by planting a quarter of a million trees over the next five years through a partnership with the National Forest Foundation.
San Francisco, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/29/2019 -- In the fight against climate change, an unlikely company has stepped up to set an example for others in its industry. On Air Parking, the popular parking deals site that brought travelers Denver International Airport and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport parking for $3.90 and $2.75 a day respectively, has announced a new purpose for the company: plant a quarter of a million trees by 2024.
The "Park Once, Plant A Tree" program was officially launched April 22 in partnership with the National Forest Foundation. It is the company's largest green initiative yet.
"For every car we park, we will plant a tree," said On Air Parking CEO Patrick Murray. "We acknowledge the role our parking reservation service plays in producing carbon emissions. That's why we are committed to offset the carbon footprint of our travelers through this tree-planting undertaking."
Murray said On Air Parking aims to become the first carbon negative company in the parking and transportation industry through the Park Once, Plant A Tree program.
About On Air Parking
On Air Parking is an airport parking reservation company that aims to disrupt the airport parking vertical. Present in 35 markets, the San Francisco-based startup guarantees the cheapest rates at five star parking facilities, with free cancellations and free shuttle services to get to and back from the airport. To purchase guaranteed off airport parking near your local airport, visit onairparking.com.
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