Wow! What a great time we had this Saturday April 27th, when our local South Metro Coca-Cola team came out for the Second Annual Seaborn Lee Elementary School Beautification event.
Last year’s event was so successful that Councilwoman Helen Willis decided to make the entire day a District 3 (City of South Fulton) Community Clean Up Day targeting three of the local schools in the South Fulton area, which are Seaborn Lee Elementary School, Wolf Creek Elementary School, and Camp Creek Middle School.
This 2019 ‘District Community Clean Up’ was a collective effort by our local Coca-Cola bottler, Atlanta South Metro Coca-Cola, Comcast, and the City of South Fulton.
Atlanta South Metro Coca-Cola made sure to donate plenty of drinks to keep the participants hydrated, such as POWERADE and Dasani Water, as well other refreshing Coca-Cola beverages. We had many of our South Metro Coca-Cola people volunteer to help in making a positive difference in their local community.
Our in-house print shop even joined in the fun by creating ‘fat head’ displays with words of positive affirmations. Seaborn Lee Elementary School placed them in specific locations to uplift and inspire students throughout the day.
During the kick off meeting Councilwoman Willis and Principal Geathers (Seaborn Lee ES) both publicly committed how our their local South Metro Coca-Cola bottler are continuing to keep our promise to be an engaged community partner.
Carl Hill, our Director, Multicultural & Community Affairs for Coca-Cola UNITED’s East Region (pictured in red above), reiterated that the good things we do and are a part of, locally, is driven by our people and our culture of commitment to our company core values and people, focusing on our consumers and customers, and serving the communities where we live and work. That’s what drives our people at every local Coca-Cola bottler in the UNITED Coca-Cola family across the southeast.