Nice job on the wonderful Christmas display by Drew Maxfield (Sr. Account Manager), Ryan Ritchie (Junior Account Manager), Ron Osborne (Merchandiser), Kyle Kokitka (Merchandiser). You can find this display at Wal-Mart in Strongsville!
On Thursday, June 26 Cleveland Coca-Cola attended the “Hiring
Our Heroes” job fair at the Cleveland Public Auditorium. More than 300 job seekers and nearly 140
employers and vendors participated in this event. Hiring
Our Heroes is a program that was launched in March 2011 as a nationwide
initiative to help veterans and military spouses find meaningful employment.
In addition to the job fair, job seekers also could
receive resume and interview assistance.
Cleveland Boys and Girls Club Going All the Way Event
April 21, 2014, volunteers delivered much-needed funding, ice-cold refreshment, and a bit of
friendly competition to the Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland as part of the
“Going All the Way” Big Game execution.
Randy Cornette, Director of Marketing for Cleveland Coca-Cola, shared
the story of “Going All the Way” and presented a $5,000 check to the Cleveland
Boys and Girls Club. The funding will be
used to support Triple Play activities at Cleveland’s newest Boys and Girls
Club location in East Cleveland.
Mayor Gary Norton, Jr.thanked Coca-Cola
for our support and applauded our local community engagement.Mayor Norton noted that he is Coca-Cola’s
“number one customer”.A representative
from State Of Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel’s office issued a proclamation in
honor of the event.Additionally,
several local city council representatives and school officials were on-hand
for the festivities.
the formal presentation, volunteers from Cleveland Coca-Cola were paired with
25 Boys and Girls Club members to participate in a healthy, active living
challenge. The teams took part in a
“hoops” challenge, a Connect Four
competition and table game contests.
Prizes were awarded to the winning teams and all participants received
Coca-Cola pedometers and Frisbees. The Cleveland NBC, FOX and CBS affiliates
attended the event, in addition to the East Cleveland community newspaper.