‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ campaign runs December 15 – January 1
LOUISVILLE, Ky., December 15, 2016 /3BL Media/– To help everyone have a safe holiday season, Brown-Forman is once again teaming up with local transportation companies to encourage people to plan ahead and keep drunk drivers off of the roads. This is the fifth consecutive year that Brown-Forman has helped offer safe rides home through this program.
Are you guilty of just throwing your leftovers in the fridge as is after the big meal? Come out of your food coma and do it right. Holiday leftovers are a great way to use up excess food but require proper planning to ensure you use them safely.
The holidays are just around the corner! Time to make your list, check it twice, and start finding gifts for all of the important people in your life. And while those homemade sweaters you gave out last year were memorable (and even fit a few people), why not make your gifts Fair Trade this year and extend the goodwill one step further- to the people behind our favorite products?
When you choose gifts marked with the Fair Trade Certified seal, you’re saying “yes” to:
As the holidays come to a close and students are returning to school, teachers across the country will have a special announcement for more than 37,200 students. Their classroom project has been funded!
Demonstrating Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
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At Time Warner Cable, diversity and inclusion are an integral part of our culture. We believe in an inclusive environment, where you can bring your whole self to work. This extends into our work in the communities that we live in and serve.
During the holiday season, Time Warner Cable and HOLA, a TWC employee network partnered with Home Boy Industries to bring the first “Tamalada” (a tamale party) benefiting those they serve in the City of Los Angeles.
On December 11 and 12, over 100 Booz Allen employees participated in wreath laying ceremonies at 7 veteran cemeteries across the mid-Atlantic region, part of Wreaths Across America’s effort to honor our nation’s fallen servicemen and women during the holiday season.
Through a mix of corporate grants and employee fundraising, Booz Allen supported wreath laying ceremonies at 7 sites nationwide, including large contingents at Arlington National Cemetery and Annapolis National Cemetery.
SCE employees switch their hard hats for Santa hats and deliver hundreds of toys to foster children.
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The holiday season is upon us and Southern California Edison employees wanted to power a little extra joy for those in need. So crews and staff from the Ontario Service Center adopted more than 100 foster child wish lists and made a special delivery.
Jose Bautista, Gio Gonzalez and Jim Johnson provided the support as Action Teams across the country spread holiday season cheer.
This past weekend, Bautista joined the Action Team volunteers from George Steinbrenner High School in Lutz, Fla., at the Metropolitan Ministries of North Tampa where they were sorting donated food and presents for the underserved in the community.
The Republic Services Northwest Area and Bellevue Division employees teamed up to fill the holiday wishes of several children in need from Kenmore Elementary. More than half of the students who attend Kenmore Elementary are below poverty level and require food assistance and additional resources. Each year, Stacey Denuski, Kenmore City Councilmember, coordinates with the school to identify 100 of the highest-need students to participate in the Secret Santa/Papa Noel program.