Coke Northeast in the Community- September 2019

We're grateful to be a part of the communities we serve. Learn more about Coke Northeast's community involvement last month!

20190906_143316Seacoast Coca-Cola took part in the 30th annual Hampton Beach Seafood Festival. It was a fun and tasty end to a fast-paced summer season.

 

 

 

PROVIDENCE WATERSHEDCoca-Cola Providence GM Tom Hunt and Large Store Sales Manager Joe Maggiacomo met with partners at the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council and City of Providence Planning Department to review creative ideas on redoing traffic patterns for a proposed bikeway and to get feedback on any potential issues that might hamper truck routes and day to day operations.

 

 

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A new POWERADE scoreboard was put up at Donati Field in Hooksett, NH thanks to a partnership between a local youth football organization and Coca-Cola Londonderry.

 

 

 

 

Dont quitThe Coca-Cola Co. is the lead sponsor of a national fitness program called DON’T QUIT!, which is a collaboration between fitness celebrity Jake Steinfeld and the National Foundation for Governors’ Fitness Councils. Rhode Island was named one of four states this year to get DON’T QUIT! Fitness Centers at three local schools through a $300,000 gift from the program. Local leaders from Coca-Cola Providence joined Jake and Governor Gina Raimondo to cut the ribbon on a new fitness center at an elementary school in Woonsocket on September                                                                          24.

bostonchildrens-1Coca-Cola Boston once again served as a sponsor for the annual Boston Children's Hospital "Milagros para Niños" event. The initiative, which marked its 10th anniversary this year, raises funds, builds awareness about the hospital in the Latino community, and advocates for the care of local children and those from all Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking countries.

 

 

 

Tinlin Family Golf TourneyCoke Northeast and CCNA partnered to support the first annual Tinlin Family Golf Tournament in Boston. The event, which raised funding for the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, was created by the former Massachusetts and City of Boston transportation director Tom Tinlin, who survived a brain aneurysm in 2017, to raise money and awareness about the disease

 

 

 

 

BIGECongratulations to Coca-Cola East Hartford District Sales Manager Steve Boule and On-Premise Sales Manager Bianca Cornacchia on being awarded the Hosts of the Day award at the Big E. The award was presented by Eastern States Exposition president Gene Cassidy and he said, “The two of you have been instrumental in our success here at The Big E. I wanted to say thank you for all your hard work."