Our Production Facility partnered with the City of Lenexa during May and created rain barrels from repurposed syrup drums. Our team helped construct barrels to support the city’s Rain Barrel Program. The usage of these barrels will help reduce water consumption and flooding while preventing runoff that carries pollutants into storm drains and waterways. Saving water helps protect the environment and saves money and energy by decreasing the demand for treated tap water.
We are proud to celebrate the accomplishments of the young people making a difference and inspiring change in
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
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
Heartland Coca-Cola Production Facility and Wildwood Outdoor Education Center developed a partnership in 2019 when the Production Facility’s
Our Northern Kansas Hometown was able to show their appreciation to their local law enforcement by participating in
As part of our Kansas City Hometown Green Team initiative and in celebration of Earth Day, our team
Both Lenexa Hometowns kicked off the summer with a big splash in June! Employees enjoyed BBQ and an
Last month our Central IL Hometown spearheaded one of the largest Heartland donations drives to date. Our team