Coke Northeast in the Community- October 2019
We're grateful to be a part of the communities we serve. Learn more about Coke Northeast's community involvement last month!
Coca-Cola and Family Dollar had the opportunity to host the Boys & Girls Club of Roxbury at the Red Sox game on September 28. In 2018, we partnered together to create a rack program that would benefit local Boys & Girls Clubs. The rack gives us an opportunity to place incremental transaction packages in Family Dollar. Family Dollar then donates a percentage of these sales to the Boys & Girls Clubs and has been able to host the clubs at many of Coca-Cola's Major League Baseball parks.
Coke Northeast was recognized at the Special Olympics of New Hampshire's 50th anniversary Gala. SONH is an organization that we are so proud to partner with continuously, and we look forward to another 50 years!
Ray Dube, Coke Northeast's Sustainability Manager, attended Southern New Hampshire University's first annual Campus Sustainability Week. This week is an initiative to increase education around sustainability, recycling, and healthy eating habits.
Coca-Cola Westborough Account Manager Sabrina Eisner visited local college campuses to sample Pomegranate Cherry, Triple Berry, and Lemon Lime Canada Dry Seltzer. Students were also able to enter into a raffle for a Canada Dry Yeti.
Coke Northeast was the hydration sponsor at the Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire's Howl-O-Ween 5k. This annual run welcomed more than 300 runners and 100 dogs to help support the rescue league's mission.
Coca-Cola Albany participated in the Making Strides against Breast Cancer walk and raised over $1,000 for the cause!
Coca-Cola Westborough Account Manager Andrea Vulter sampled Core Power at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Students were excited to try out the chocolate, strawberry banana, and vanilla flavored Core Power high protein milkshakes! The most popular flavor of the day was chocolate. WPI students also had an opportunity to enter a raffle for an inflatable chair!
Coca-Cola Providence brought some fun and excitement to the Wal-Mart North Smithfield Grand Re-Opening with the Hug Me machine. The large store team, DSM, Rob Natale, Chris Case, Princeton Jennings, Account Manager Brian Doyle, and ASM Joe Maggiacomo took part in the successful event.