Coca-Cola Joins CicLAvia 2010 to Empower Healthy Living

Coca-Cola has joined the CicLAvia 2010 line-up as a partner to empower healthy living in the Los Angeles community.

As part of Coca-Cola’s involvement, they will be on the South Lawn of City Hall from 10am to 3pm and will offer free health screenings, hydration stations featuring a wide range of products, including low- and no-calorie options, and a soccer shoot out game complete with prizes.

Coca-Cola’s participation is a part of their Live Positively philosophy, which guides the Company’s commitment to making positive contributions to communities.

Coca-Cola has a long history of supporting the communities in which it operates and their support for this year’s event is another example of their commitment to living positively. Coca-Cola is excited to participate in this year’s event and looks forward to working with CicLAvia again in the future.

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Jerry  |  October 11, 2010 at 12:27 pm

    “Coca-Cola has a long history of supporting the communities in which it operates”

    No! Coke is whitewashing here. Ask Vandana Shiva about Coke stealing water rights in India. And, do your homework about Coke murdering union leaders in South America and abusing workers all over the world. Bottled and canned drinks may be necessary in some situations but Coke is among the worst of the worst for human rights abuses. Coke can’t make amends for those crimes against humanity, with this small gesture. CicLAvia needs to replace this arrangement with something truly positive.

    CicLAvia: It was a blast! Lets keep it going. How about November?


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