1. Latest News
  2. Submit Press Release
  1. PR Home
  2. Latest News
  3. Feeds
  4. Alerts
  5. Submit Free Press Release
  6. Journalist Account
  7. PRNewswire Distribution

PODS in the Park – Local businessman donates sideline storage to Melbourne youth sports leagues

Joe Lourcey, Manager of PODS Melbourne, donates ten PODS® storage containers at Max. K. Rodes Park

 
 
PODS container at Max K. Rodes Park
PODS container at Max K. Rodes Park
PRLog - Nov. 1, 2011 - (MELBOURNE, Fla.) – After the recent grand opening of the new Max K. Rodes Park, it didn’t take long for youth sports league directors to realize that they were in desperate need of onsite storage for their sporting equipment at the new and improved 134 acre municipal park. A few quick phone calls were made to Joe Lourcey, manager of PODS Melbourne, and in short order their storage dilemmas were solved.

Lourcey, a longtime Brevard County resident who has spent many years cheering from the sidelines for his own children’s sporting teams, donated ten PODS® storage containers to assist three local sports leagues to keep their supplies safe and secure before and after games.

“PODS Melbourne is one of our most generous supporters,” said Rory Dittmer, past president of the Greater West Melbourne Little League. “Not only has PODS provided us with free storage for over a decade, Joe Lourcey, PODS manager, has personally donated his own time to our league. Joe is our number one fan!”

Since 2001, PODS Melbourne has been serving the moving and storage needs of Brevard County residents, businesses and nonprofit organizations. At Max. K. Rodes Park, PODS Melbourne is donating sideline storage containers to Greater West Melbourne Little League, West Melbourne Football and Cheering and the Melbourne Eau Gallie Fusion Soccer Club.

About PODS Melbourne:
Since 2001, PODS Melbourne manager, Joe Lourcey, has been serving the moving and storage needs of the greater Melbourne area.  PODS Melbourne’s 30,000 sq. ft. climate-controlled storage center is centrally located at 3101 Skyway Circle to serve all of Brevard County.

Founded in 1998, PODS Enterprises, Inc. currently provides moving and storage services to more than 250 million consumers in 48 U.S. states, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom through its company-owned and independent franchise network. To date, the PODS network has completed more than 320,000 long-distance relocations, exceeded 1.8 million deliveries and has more than 143,000 PODS® containers in service.

PODS® secure containers are constructed of a steel frame and are available in three sizes: approximately 7-by-7-by-8 feet, 12-by-8-by-8 feet and 16-by-8-by-8 feet. The 12-foot and 16-foot containers have been tested to withstand winds of more than 110-mph when partially loaded. Newer PODS® containers have the same steel frame construction but are completely recyclable panels made of steel skins and a high-density polyethylene core.

For more information or to schedule service, visit PODS.com or call 800-776-7637 or call PODS Melbourne directly: (321) 751-8884.

Photo:
http://www.prlog.org/11712862/1

--- End ---

Click to Share

Contact Email:
***@consortium-media.com Email Verified
Source:Consortium Media Services
Location:United States
Industry:Youth
Tags:pods, melbourne, Florida, Max K. Rodes Park, brevard county, Greater Western Melbourne Little League, Rory Dittmer
Shortcut:prlog.org/11712862
Verified Account Email Address
Verified Account Phone Number

Disclaimer:   Issuers of the press releases are solely responsible for the content of their press releases. PRLog can't be held liable for the content posted by others.   Report Abuse

Latest Press Releases By “

More...

Trending News...



  1. SiteMap
  2. Privacy Policy
  3. Terms of Service
  4. Copyright Notice
  5. About
  6. Advertise
Like PRLog?
9K2K1K
Click to Share