Sun Coast Team Volunteer Day

Mobile Coca-Cola UNITED employees cleaning up litter around Theodore Industrial Canal

September 21, 2019 was International Coastal Cleanup day, and teams from Mobile and Robertsdale Coca-Cola UNITED were there to lend their support to this worthy cause.  Alabama People Against a Littered State (PALS) first began in 1987, and Coca-Cola UNITED is proud to be a regular supporter.

PALS around the Canal

The team from Mobile were tireless as they worked around Theodore Industrial Canal, a 110+ acre industrial area that offers direct access to the Gulf of Mexico in Theodore, Alabama.  Volunteers decked out in Coca-Cola t-shirts spent their morning clearing litter along the streets, and having fun while doing it!

Mobile Coca-Cola UNITED employees helping with Coastal Cleanup around Theodore Industrial Canal

PALS in the Park

The Robertsdale team worked around May Day Park, which was opened in 1887 and was a festival site for over 60 years.  Offering a playground, fishing pier, and beach & water access for canoes and kayaks, this park is a popular recreational site on Mobile Bay.  The Robertsdale team did a fantastic job clearing the park of litter, even bringing along their children to teach them the importance of responsible garbage disposal.

Robertsdale Coca-Cola UNITED employees helping with Coastal Cleanup around May Day Park

We thank our Coca-Cola UNITED volunteers for taking time our of their busy weekend to make a difference in our local communities.  Way to go!