February 20, 2013 — Foot Levelers recently hosted Peter Martin, DC, president of Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Florida Campus, and Bob Lee, vice chancellor of advancement, at the company’s headquarters in Roanoke, Va.
Martin and Lee had the opportunity to tour Foot Levelers’ facility and thank Kent Greenawalt, CEO of Foot Levelers, and Mark Zeigler, DC, Foot Levelers’ vice president of education, for their generous donation and commitment to Palmer College’s Florida Campus capital campaign.
Martin stated: “Bob Lee and I wish to express our thanks for the warm hospitality afforded to us during our recent visit to Foot Levelers and the city of Roanoke. The dedication that Kent Greenawalt and the Foot Levelers team have for chiropractic and chiropractic education is apparent in their thoughts and actions. It was great to be able to meet with Kent and his team on their home turf and to see the Foot Levelers organization first hand.”
During the visit, Greenawalt and Martin discussed in what way Foot Levelers’ $200,000 donation will be utilized and how the student cafeteria on the Florida Campus will be named after Foot Levelers’ founder, Dr. Monte Greenawalt.
An appreciative Martin was recently quoted as saying: “During the August 2012 FCA convention, Mr. Kent Greenawalt put us over the $2 million mark with a generous gift of $200,000 toward the capital campaign. The generosity of corporate donors such as Standard Process and now Foot Levelers has ensured the success of our campaign and will allow the college and campus to continue to provide those enhancements to campus life that are an integral part of our students’ education.”
Source: Foot Levelers, footlevelers.com