By Valarie Sukovaty “My Dad, Frank, used to always say, 'There's three things you do: you take care of your community, you take care of your customers, and you take care of your employees,'" says Ron Fornaca, President-Dealer Principal of Frank Subaru. “'And if you can do those three things, you'll be very successful.'" The Fornaca...
We traveled to San Diego, California to visit Barrio Logan College Institute. BLCI is an institute that helps enrich the lives of students and believes that all students should have access to higher education, which results in a thriving community and a better World.
We traveled to Virginia Beach where Cox Communications celebrated 40 years of recognizing individuals for their 40 Acts of Kindness at Chesapeake City Park and gave away over $40,000 of gifts and prizes.
Grand Canyon University and Cox Communications have extended their partnership to help students reach better opportunities, become better leaders, have brighter futures and make better cities, all through the Connect2Compete initiative, the community and men's basketball.
Bring in this New Year by adding volunteering into your New Year resolution. Make a difference in someone's life and reward yourself while you give time to charity. Let this year be a New Year, New You!
We traveled to TPC (Tournament Player Club) located in Scottsdale, Arizona where they are getting ready for the 84th Annual Phoenix Open. While we were there we visited with Chance Cozby - Waste Management Phoenix Open Tournament Chairman and shared on what it takes to prep for the Phoenix Open. He also shared with...
Poly Praise is an Organization that has dedicated its time to focus on Foster Care children. Their goal is to share their culture through Love, Hope and Faith.
On this episode of Doing More, Erica takes a trip to the Tournament Player Club in Scottsdale, AZ for a behind the scenes look as they prepare for the 84th Annual Phoenix Open.
Doing More traveled to Southern Arizona to capture the 2018 Cox Charities Golf Tournament & Spa, a fundraising event to support youth education and community leaders.
We visited Casa Grande for their 24th Annual Casa Grande Electric Light Parade with amazing people and a growing city with a special charm that can only be found in a small town.