Coca-Cola grant funds “Troops for Fitness” program at Rec Centers Detroit, April 23, 2015 - Today, the City of Detroit Recreation Department joined Coca-Cola and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) to unveil Coca-Cola Troops for Fitness (CCTFF) a new program to help
Given its rich history and cultural diversity, DC is by far the best market in which to be a Coca-Cola ambassador. There is no shortage of events to support – from sports to the arts to even the most presidential affairs! The local team here in DC has helped the Company support the White House
It has been more than a month since I traveled to the Mewat Village School in India, yet my memory of the children I met there is still both vivid and heartwarming. My visit had been arranged by the Coca-Cola India team, as part of a business trip to the region, to show me first hand the remarkable
When Paul Farmer was an undergraduate at Duke University in the early 1980s, he used the money he had won from a student essay contest to fund his first trip to Haiti. There, Farmer joined a team of public health workers—and he had his first experience with how different life, and particularly
As an avid catch-and-release fisherman, and in my position with Coca-Cola, I spend a lot of time thinking about water challenges while on the water. This past Sunday was World Water Day, and while I stood in the sun-kissed sparkling waters of the Chattahoochee River in Atlanta, I took a moment to
Recently, a news media outlet inaccurately reported that our Company and health experts characterize our mini-cans and zero calorie beverages as “healthy treats” and “healthy snacks.” Neither The Coca-Cola Company nor its partners position our products in this way. However, we do
Coca-Cola Journey is presenting a two-part look at the Atlanta BeltLine, an innovative transportation and redevelopment project that’s drawing attention from around the world. Last week we explored how the BeltLine has grown from one grad student’s brainstorm into an engine for urban
Our local parks and recreation centers are the gateways to healthy, prosperous and connected communities. They provide everything from walkways and running trails to fitness and nutrition classes and so much more. In fact, we believe that parks are one of the most powerful aspects of any community.