Recognize any of these local
school kids (above) on the DVD?
Find the CD/DVD at the Evansville
East Side Wal-Mart, Barnes & Noble Bookstore and Borders Bookstore.
At Wal-Mart, we care about the community
in which we live and work, and we always strive to be a good corporate
In November 2005, the people who work at the East Side Wal-Mart
were there when an F-3 tornado devastated neighborhoods in Evansville
and Newburgh. We donated thousands of dollars to relief, began
an in-store fund raising campaign, provided clothes and necessities
for families who were affected by the disaster, and served as
a drop off center.
We are proud to say that your East Side Wal-Mart contributed $53,984
to many different charitable organizations in our community in
2005. And we are doubly proud to be part of an organization that
believes in supporting worthwhile causesWal-Mart Worldwidethat
provided more than $200 million to various charitable organizations
Sale of this CD/DVD will raise $12,000
for the EVSC, to be divided equally between the 20 EVSC elementary
schools for their physical education departments. Our hope is
that this CD/DVD motivates kids (and adults) to become more active.
Come in and visit us at your friendly, neighborhood East Side
Wal-Mart, located at Burkhardt and the Lloyd Expressway.
Thank you for supporting this project and for shopping at our
General Manager, Evansville East Side
Coca-Cola Enterprises is a company that
strives every day to be close to home. Wherever we do business
we are rooted in the community. In a tradition that goes back
more than 100 years, quality and integrity form the bedrock of
our business. This philosophy is ever so present in Evansville
Coca-Cola. Throughout 2005, Evansville Coca-Cola provided over
$28,000 in sponsorships and donated over 26,000 cases of Coca-Cola
products to causes such as the March of Dimes, Habitat for Humanity,
and the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, to name only
When disaster struck our community as a result of a deadly tornado,
Evansville Coca-Cola responded by donating 4-1/2 tractor trailer
loads of product to the Salvation Army and the Red Cross along
with a monetary donation of $5000 to the Tornado Relief Fund.
Respect for each other and our neighbors is a hallmark of who
we are and we love what we do, because refreshing the community
is not just fun;
we feel it is our responsibility.
Thank you to all the sponsors who made
this project a reality.
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