Coke Northeast Community Update- December 2020
Despite the many hurdles we faced in 2020, our teams continued to show up at work and in the community in meaningful ways. We are grateful for your service and dedication to Coke Northeast, our customers, and our community partners. Here's to an incredible New Year ahead!
After Thanksgiving, Coca-Cola Providence gave out gingerbread houses and extra candy to the children of their associates. Here is Matthew Fonte with his children and their gingerbread houses.
Associates at Coke Northeast’s Londonderry Production Center donated dozens of toys at their annual Toys for Tots drive.
Coca-Cola Providence set up its annual Employee Giving Tree. This year, the team decided to make donations towards Veterans in need. In addition to food and clothing items donated, they also received $765 in gift cards.
Coca-Cola Seacoast brought some Christmas cheer to their drivers and associates working on Christmas Eve with a ham and egg breakfast sendoff.
Coca-Cola Westborough worked with Kelley Square Pizza to help install a brand new sign in Worcester’s busiest intersection. We love how it turned out!
Congratulations to Jack Burns and Gina Devlin of Coca-Cola Cape Cod on their retirements! Thank you both for your many years, 43 years and 38 years respectively, of service.
Coca-Cola’s newly named North America Operating Unit (NAOU) recognized Coke Northeast with a statue of an osprey for our bottling system’s resilience and quick reaction to the pandemic to service our markets and customers. The osprey is renowned for its agility, speed, and precision. It is a symbol of keen vision, focus, and perseverance, and acknowledges our associates’ efforts navigating the challenges of the past year.