Park Place Infiniti launches water drive for Shade Tree

Park Place Infiniti is launching a monthlong bottled water drive for The Shade Tree.

During July, the dealership will be a public donation site for collecting bottled water.

The dealership aims to collect as many cases as possible to serve an increasing need. Shade Tree Executive Director Marlene Richter said the shelter is using at least 100 cases of bottled water per week for residents of the shelter for women and children affected by domestic violence. The Shade Tree is also serving as a cooling station for homeless women and children and is providing water for those who stop in.

The drive is a project of the dealership’s Circle of Excellence, an employee-led program dedicated to helping worthwhile local causes.

What: Park Place Infiniti Bottled Water Drive to Benefit The Shade Tree

Where: Park Place Infiniti’s showroom, 5605 W. Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, Nevada, 89146

When: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. throughout July

Park Place Dealerships, founded in 1987 by Ken Schnitzer, represents luxury brands including Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Volvo, Jaguar, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, McLaren, Maserati, Lotus and smart. In June 2012, Park Place purchased the Infiniti dealership in Las Vegas. For more information, visit,

For 25 years The Shade Tree, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, has worked to improve the lives of women, children and their pets affected by domestic violence and crisis in the Las Vegas Valley. To learn more about how to support The Shade Tree, call 702-385-0072 or visit or visit or follow @ShadeTreeVEGAS on Twitter.


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