Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated Sponsors Cincinnati’s Center for Closing the Health Gap Expo
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Rain and wind did not dampen the spirit of nearly 10,000 Cincinnati residents who turned out for the 17th annual Health Expo Saturday, April 28 in Washington Park.
Attendees visited more than 50 booths to learn about wellness and nutrition, and to participate in preventative health screenings.
Volunteers at the Coca-Cola Consolidated booth served samples of Zero-Calorie products and shared information about the industry’s Balance Calories initiative.
The health expo was spearheaded by the Cincinnati Center for Closing the Health Gap, and created as part of the organization’s campaign to end health inequities. The event is geared to serve minority populations who are most affected by health disparities across the city. Coca-Cola has been a long-time sponsor of the event.
Pepsi Beverages Co. Twinsburg holds 25th annual Breakfast With Santa
The wildly popular Breakfast with Santa event was attended by over 2,000 Pepsi employees and their families this year. A sausage and pancake breakfast was prepared and served by Pepsi employees. Cleveland Indians player Michael Brantley was on site to sign autographs and take photos. Gifts were presented to the children and Pepsi employees, including raffle prizes. Tours of the production facility were also offered.
Over $7,000 was raised from the raffle, benefiting Santa’s Hideaway Hollow. To read more about the event and Santa’s Hideaway Hollow, check out our blog post here.
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Coca-Cola joins city officials and stakeholders in Athens to celebrate launch of new residential recycling cart program on Friday, October 21
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Local leaders unveiled the new program at the press conference, which is scheduled to launch the first week of November.
The City of Athens, Rural Action and The Recycling Partnership presented information to help educate residents and raise awareness about the importance of curb-side recycling and the benefits of the carts.
Robert Person, CCR Distribution Center Manager, and Drew Pleune, Warehouse Manager, represented Coca-Cola at the launch.
Coca-Cola is a supporter of the The Recycling Partnership, a public-private partnership focused on increasing curbside recycling initiatives.
Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Kroger and others participate in KaBoom! playground build in Northside on Friday, September 9
The Cincinnati Rec Commission, Good Sports, and Northside Community Council also participated in the build. Over 160 volunteers came out to help construct the playground as well as park benches and flower boxes.
Volunteers also sorted and donated more than $120,000 worth of Good Sports equipment to four local organizations.
Pepsi Beverages Co. Cincinnati Culture & Inclusion Committee hosts golf outing benefiting Autism Speaks on Sunday, August 21
The outing was held at Great Parks of Hamilton County’s “The Mill Course”. The committee hosted seven foursomes of Pepsi employees as well as family / friends. The outing raised over $1,330 for Autism Speaks.
The Culture and Inclusion Committee consists of ten employees that come together to share ideas on how they can assist those in the community, as well as employees, throughout the year.
Kroger and Coca-Cola team up with the USO to treat 600 military personnel to a Cincinnati Reds game on Friday, August 1
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Holton Recreation Center wins Keep Columbus Beautiful “Pick It Up” Challenge, awarded Coca-Cola Float Party
The Coca-Cola Float Party was held at the Holton Recreation Center on Tuesday, July 19. Sixteen different city summer camps held at recreation centers across Columbus competed in the challenge. Holton collected 27 bags of litter and five bags of recycling.
For the past three years, Keep Columbus Beautiful and the Coca-Cola Columbus Syrup Plant have partnered together for this challenge.
Congratulations to Holton Recreation Center!
G&J Pepsi Playground Canopy Donation for St. Stephen’s Community House on Tuesday, June 28
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Tuesday, June 28th at St. Stephen’s Community House in Columbus to showcase a playground canopy donated by G&J Pepsi last summer in conjunction with their 50th anniversary.
G&J Pepsi has been supporting St. Stephen’s Community House since the 1970’s. They helped to build a gymnasium for St. Stephen’s community center, and are currently helping to refurbish that same gym.
Michelle Mills, President/CEO of St. Stephen’s led a short tour of the grounds followed by the ceremony. She thanked G&J Pepsi for their support. Also part of the celebrations was Christ Child Society, who donated a turf lawn.
Dr Pepper Snapple awards $10,000 scholarship to Miss Ohio 2016
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Coca-Cola Refreshments Cincinnati participates in 10th Annual Mayor’s Challenge Friday, May 6
Associates from Coca-Cola Refreshments Cincinnati joined more than 2,000 corporate volunteers for the cleanup. Read more and view photos here.
Coca-Cola Refreshments Indiana-Ohio Market Unit Ault Park Cleanup Wednesday, April 13
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Coca-Cola Columbus Syrup Plant Earth Day 2016
The Coca-Cola Columbus Syrup Plant hosted 14 kids from Berwick Alternative School along with State Representative Hearcel Craig for Earth Day on Friday, April 22. Representative Craig presented each student with a certificate of participation for their planting. See photos from the event here.