Fisher’s School of Business offers weekly parking spot to students

By Madison Weber ’23, Staff Writer and Social Media Editor

By Madison Weber ’23, Staff Writer and Social Media Editor

St. John Fisher College’s School of Business announced on September 9 via Instagram that it was holding a parking spot giveaway. At the time of writing, this post had 284 comments with students being tagged. The parking spot was announced to be “a reserved spot with a sign” in Salerno according to the post.

Salvatore Saunders, the St. John Fisher American Marketing Association Co-President, said that for the school of business, the parking spot was just a way to keep students engaged and to give back to the Salerno family. “We care deeply about our students and want to show that, in doing so we do bi-weekly giveaways to show our support and #salernofamily appreciation to all students,” says Saunders. 

“With the help of safety and security on campus and a connection of mine on campus, we were able to talk and make it a possibility.”

On October 12, the first winner of the spot was announced to be education major Kaitlynn Walker ‘23. According to Walker, she “saw people posting about it from the SJFC Business Instagram page,” and decided to try her luck. With parking on campus being a hot commodity on campus this semester, Walker says “there’s rarely good parking spots in the SLC so I wanted to try and win a good spot.” 

However, Walker admits that she “had the impression that I would get the spot for the entire semester and that it was in the nursing parking lot.”

According to the SJFC Business Instagram the spot is in Salerno. Each week, a new winner will be selected for the spot. According to Saunders, “Winners are selected by liking a specific post on social media, commenting on it, tagging three people, and resharing it to your story. We plan to create a new post for the entry this Friday so make sure you are on the lookout (on our Instagram).” 

The School of Business plans on keeping the giveaway running through the end of November. Students can keep updated on the school of business via instagram and on LinkedIn.

About Madison Weber 5 Articles
Madison Weber is a staff-writer for the Cardinal Courier and their Social Media Editor. She graduated from Williamson High School in 2019, and will graduate from St. John Fisher College with her BSN and a minor in Spanish for Healthcare Professionals in May of 2023. In the past, she wrote for both her highschool and local community newspaper. Madison also has had research published on the impact of the 19th Amendment on the healthcare system in the scholastic journal, The Review. She currently works at both Highland Hospital and Newark-Wayne Community Hospital as a Patient Care Technichian. As a journalist, Madison loves to write about local politics, events, the Rochester community, and anything that impacts the Fisher community. Madison uses her writing to give a voice to the things that she cares about, and hopes to continue to do so-- whether it be for the Courier, in the world of academia, or on her blog and social media pages. She firmly believes that as a writer she is able to learn everyday, while also giving a voice to those who need it. In her freetime she loves to spend time with her family (including her dogs) and friends, go thrifting, read, write, and be an advocate for causes that she cares about. In the future, Madison hopes to have an impact in the field of women’s health.

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