Cherokee County Fire
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Coca Cola Company Makes Donation to Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services

August 8, 2017

Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services received a nice surprise when the Coca Cola Company donated water and Powerade to our local firefighters.

A transfer truck made the delivery to Cherokee County Fire Logistics last Friday morning. According to Leigh Ann Spitzmiller, Special Events Manager for Coca Cola, “Cherokee County Fire was selected because Coca Cola United Bottling Company-North Metro is a new company located in Sandy Springs and we wanted to support our local firefighters during the hot summer season. Our territory stretches from the tip of Buckhead to Dahlonega.”

Coca Cola donated 112 Cases of Dasani water and 10 cases of Powerade. “Brad McCawley is our Sales Center Manager who asked that I get in touch with local fire stations for donations,” added Spitzmiller. Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services appreciates the Coca Cola Company for their support of our firefighters.

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On hand for the donation from Coca Cola were (left to right) – Shane West, Field Operations Chief, Ethan Sanders, Sgt. Dustin Long, Sgt. Phillip Carlisle, Larry Stephenson, Jr., Sillia Bryant with the Coca Cola Company, and Eddie Robinson, Assistant Fire Chief.
On hand for the donation from Coca Cola were (left to right) – Shane West, Field Operations Chief, Ethan Sanders, Sgt. Dustin Long, Sgt. Phillip Carlisle, Larry Stephenson, Jr., Sillia Bryant with the Coca Cola Company, and Eddie Robinson, Assistant Fire Chief. (click image for slideshow)
The Coca Cola Company makes a donation of water and Powerade for Cherokee County firefighters.
The Coca Cola Company makes a donation of water and Powerade for Cherokee County firefighters.