Coca-Cola employees go the extra mile
Coca-Coca European Partners and our work within the East Kilbride community is of great importance to us.
“I’m delighted to see so many of our colleagues getting behind events such as the Glasgow Kiltwalk, supporting a worthwhile cause together as a team while building upon some of the fantastic work we’re currently doing to help local charities and community projects across the region.”
Robert McHarg is chief executive at A&M Scotland and praised CCEP for their participation.
He said: “A&M Scotland is so grateful to have the support of the team at Coca-Cola European Partners in East Kilbride.
“Their commitment to walking the Kiltwalk and raising so much sponsorship has made a real impact in the services we’re providing for our young people.
“We’ve also been delighted to receive water for our holiday camps to keep our kids hydrated which has been a great moneysaver.
“We really do appreciate the support from CCEP and look forward to continuing to work with the team in the future.”
The Kiltwalk was held throughout the country with events not only in Glasgow but also taking place in Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dundee.
A total of £2.3million has been raised in 2017. A Calderwood man who caused a ruckus in East Kilbride town centre while on bail was admonished.
Sean Young, 31, of Sadlers Wells Court, admitted behaving in a threatening manner, shouting, swearing, making threats of violence, refusing to desist and having to be removed from Cornwall Way on November 26.
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