Thursday, December 12, 2013

Coca-Cola Polar Bear Brings Holiday Cheer to Salvation Army

On Tuesday, December 10th, The Salvation Army's Christmas Center was delivered some good cheer!  Bright red, Coca-Cola trucks arrived in caravan style, but instead of unloading beverages to fill the organization’s drink machine, Coca-Cola associates unloaded Christmas gifts to help bring happiness to local children. Showing their holiday spirit, in bright red Salvation Army volunteer aprons, Coca-Cola employees opened the trucks’ side bays to reveal bright red bags full of Christmas gifts. In true holiday fashion, Coca-Cola’s polar bear assisted with the delivery.


Debbie Moody was one of 16 Coca-Cola associates to smash a whipped cream pie in the face of the Todd Bourgeois, Coca-Cola's Region Vice President of Sales Operation. Bourgeois issued the challenge to his Angel Tree committee that if they reached the goal of adopting 1,140 Angels this year, he would let everyone on the committee smash a pie in his face. The committee exceeded the goal by adopting 1,200 Angels to help children and families in North Texas. 

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