Aim Transportation Employees Show Support at Panerathon

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – A crew of 64 Aim Transportation Solutions employees, along with family and friends, joined thousands of others at the starting line for this year’s Panerathon.

“We proudly participate in the Panerathon to support our friends and family members who have been afflicted by breast cancer, including some of Aim’s employees,” said Suzy Baer, Aim’s director of recruitment. “It has been heartwarming to see so many members of the Aim family champion this event, what it represents and the lives it helps save, and I want to thank everyone who came out to support it, as well as Aim’s leadership team for backing team Aim every step of the way.”

The goal behind the 10-kilometer run and 2-mile fun run or walk is to raise money for the Joanie Abdu Comprehensive Breast Care Center, which delivers prevention, early detection, diagnosis and services to the local area.

This year’s Panerathon raised $600,000, nudging the event’s total earnings past the $4 million milestone. 

One of the many services the Panerathon fundraising event has made possible is the Joanie Abdu center’s state-of-the-art mobile mammography unit. Serving about 25 sites in the tri-county area monthly, more than 11,000 exams have been performed on the “mammovan.”

Pictured at top: Aim Transportation Solutions employees participate in this year’s Panerathon.

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.