Public spaces are what bring a community together. Improving our park is important to that effort
Boca Raton, Fl (PRWEB) May 12, 2008
Highland Products Group, parent company of The Park Catalog, announced today that the New Orleans City Park is receiving a $15,000 site makeover. As recipient of The Park Catalog's $15,000 site makeover, New Orleans City Park Improvement may choose from an extensive product offering of commercial site furnishings including picnic table, park benches, bike racks, trash receptacles, bleachers and more.
"Highland Products Group is delighted to play even a small part in the improvement of City Park in the wake of Hurricane Katrina" said Christopher George, Chairman and CEO of Highland Products Group. "Public spaces are what bring a community together. Improving our park is important to that effort" said George A. Parker of New Orleans City Park Improvement.
On May 1, 2008, Mr. George presented Mr. Parker with the $15,000 Makeover Gift Certificate. Upon completion of the project, photos will be available for viewing at http://www.theparkcatalog.com.
About Highland: Highland Products Group is the most comprehensive single source for outdoor commercial site furnishings, offering over 20,000 items in categories such as public seating, crowd control equipment, special event flooring, parking lot supplies, waste management, athletic equipment, entryway mats, outdoor accessories and more. Highland has served over 40,000 customers worldwide include governments, educational institutions and commercial facility owners. Highland's products can be viewed at http://www.theparkcatalog.com or by requesting a copy of Highland's 332 page Master Catalog. For more information, contact Jessica Metz at 1-888-709-7819.
About City Park New Orleans: City Park is a unique state agency of the Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism operated by the non-profit City Park Improvement Association (CPIA). At 1,300 acres, City Park is one of the largest urban parks in the country. The first parcel of land was acquired in 1854, making it one of the country's oldest parks.