HONOLULU – Servco Pacific is providing at least one commercial delivery truck to help the Hawaii Food Bank respond to its immediate need to ramp up food delivery services to local families. Beginning this week, Servco will donate the truck for 30 days to assist the Hawaii Food Bank in managing the significant increase in demand for its services.
“At Servco, we want to continue to empower movement, but during a time like this, we’d like to move people in ways that really matter – to do the right thing and help where it’s needed most,” said Mark Fukunaga, chairman & CEO of Servco Pacific. “One thing we can do is provide vehicles where we can to deliver essential services to our community. We encourage all businesses to be creative, put Aloha in action, and help our community respond to the impacts of this pandemic.”
Servco plans to assist other nonprofits with delivery support on an as needed basis in the future.
About Servco Pacific
Servco Pacific Inc. is Hawaii’s largest privately held company with over $1.8 billion in annual revenues and 2,000 team members spanning Australia, Hawaii, and California. Founded in 1919 as a two-car repair garage, Servco is now a diversified business with operations in automotive distribution & retail, car sharing, appliance distribution & retail, and venture and growth capital. Through our businesses, we help steward world-class brands including Toyota, Lexus, Subaru, Fender, Harley-Davidson, Hui, and General Electric. Servco is one of the Top 20 largest automotive dealer groups based in the U.S. and has been recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work in Hawaii” for 16 consecutive years. For additional information, visit www.servco.com.