Both Lenexa Hometowns kicked off the summer with a big splash in June! Employees enjoyed BBQ and an opportunity to help their community and co-workers by getting the leadership team wet. Our Production teams’ water balloon event raised $2,101 for the Wildwood Outdoor Education Center. And the Lenexa DC’s Dunk Tank raised $470 for One Heart One Heartland Foundation. The Wildwood donation will be presented by our leadership team on the center’s Opening Day. For more information about Wildwood Outdoor Education Center please visit https://wildwoodctr.org/.
We are proud to celebrate the accomplishments of the young people making a difference and inspiring change in
For the last two months, Dayla Cates, our Lenexa Supply Planning Transportation Analyst, in conjunction with our Hometown
Over March, five of our Heartland Hometowns raised money and participated in their local Special Olympics Polar Plunge!
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke about the ability of the average person to serve their community, the
Looking at Christmas lights is an inexpensive and safe holiday activity that can be enjoyed by kids and
It’s genuinely not the holiday season with the Coca-Cola Polar Bear. In our Garden City Hometown, our team
Heartland Coca-Cola would like to wish all the members of our armed forces, domestic and foreign, a happy
Every year, The first Saturday of December signals the start of the holiday season in Williamsburg, KS. The
As we conclude Native American Heritage Month and we wanted to share a story from our St. Louis
The Garmin Kansas City Marathon took place Saturday, October 16. ! We caught up with our Heartland participants