Dr. Joshua Parker of Parker Orthodontics donated $1,000 to give deserving players earned championship rings.
Online PR News – 02-November-2018 – Baton Rouge, LA – Dr. Joshua Parker, owner of four Parker Orthodontics practices in Baton Rouge, Central, Donaldsonville & Gonzales, recently sponsored championship rings for Central High baseball players.
Dr. Parker, a graduate of Central Private School, LSU School of Dentistry and The University of Texas Health Science Center was born and raised in Central, LA and is excited to support the community where he was raised.
"Winning a championship is a big deal. As a former baseball player, I get that. I wanted to make sure the kids in Central got to experience the earned gift of championship rings. Their hard work and dedication this season definitely paid off. I want them to be able to share that with everyone in the community," says Dr. Joshua Parker.
Parker Orthodontics is on a mission to support the communities it serves. This is just one of many initiatives the practice has done and will continue to do in the future to support Baton Rouge, Central, Donaldsonville and Gonzales.
"We're always looking for ways to give back and get involved with our community. As a business owner, I feel it is my responsibility to give back to those that have so generously supported me over the years," explains Dr. Parker.
October was Orthodontic Health Month and Breast Cancer Awareness month. The team at Parker Orthodontics will be donating $1 to the Susan G. Komen foundation for every patient that chose pink braces in October as a way to spread smiles and build awareness for the worthy cause.
To learn more about Parker Orthodontics and their community service initiatives, visit www.ParkerOrthoLa.com or call (225) 923-2060.