In the wake of Hurricane Michael


Our associates are our first priority.

Over the past weeks, our teams worked together to prepare for Hurricane Michael.  In the wake of Hurricane Michael along the Florida panhandle, south Alabama and Georgia, our team’s first priority was to confirm the safety of our associates and record the damages they’ve suffered. This has always been our priority.

Each storm, however, brings new and different challenges- which we have and will overcome.  It won’t be easy but we can help make it easier- by joining together to help heal, rebuild, and restore the lives of our associates and their families, as well as the communities they call home.   You can find more in “a message to our Coca-Cola UNITED associates” seen below.

We welcome you to be a part of the restoration by giving a gift from the heart. Click below for details, and please remember our Coca-Cola family members in your thoughts and prayers. 

Give, Hurricane Michael Relief Efforts, help, Florida, Georgia

Read a special message from our President & CEO, John Sherman to all UNITED associates.  Inside, John also shares about the generosity and efforts from others in our Coca-Cola System through The Coca-Cola Company, The Coca-Cola Foundation and other local bottlers.

message, UNITED Associates, Hurricane Michael


We’ve been connecting with our customers and, as is possible, making sure consumers and communities have water and beverages available to them.  These are communities where our associates live, work, and serve. It’s home.


Employee Hotline:  1-888-324-2653 or Ext 24745.

See list of calling prompts to expedite your call. >



All employees that are able, please contact your manager by phone or text for instructions as to where to report.

Merchandisers and Service Techs will be going directly to the market; whereas, office staff, Delivery Merchandisers, Warehouse and others should report to the Panama City Coca-Cola site for daily assignments.


BANKING: Updated  Monday, 10/15

Recent article from provides a few insights to allowances a variety of banks are offering for those in FEMA-declared disaster areas:

In aftermath of Hurricane Michael, banks offer customers breaks

Please remember your local bank’s employees and kept them in your thoughts and prayers as they also are effected by Hurricane Michael.



  1. Schedules below are subject to changes in the weather conditions. 
  2. Check back regularly as updates will be made as they become available.
  3. Keep in contact with local leadership and check your emails




In an article from the Miami Herald, Here’s where you can get groceries in areas hit by Hurricane Michael