Aventure Brings Lunch and Cheer to those Affected by U.S. Government Shutdown

PEACHTREE CITY, USA – With hundreds of thousands affected by the United States government shutdown, Aventure Aviation has reached out to lend a helping hand in the local community. Aventure staffers stopped by affected companies near their Atlanta Headquarters, providing lunch and good cheer.

“On behalf of the National Weather Service Atlanta office and the Southeast River Forecast Center, we thank Aventure Aviation for their act of kindness and generosity,” said Meteorologist-in-Charge Keith Stellman. “Their gesture, while completely unexpected, is a reminder to all of us that a simple act can go a long way in making others feel appreciated.”

(L to R) Mike Melton, Manager of Operations at the Atlanta Regional Airport Falcon Field, accepts a pizza lunch for their staff from Aventure Aviation’s Chelsea Sneed.