Posts tagged Community clean-up

Friday, April 15th, 2011

Molson Coors Employees Spring into Action

2011 20 Minute Clean Up Group Shot2

The Annual 20 Minute Clean Up is back and I love it, a sure sign spring is around the corner and just maybe we can finally put that winter gear away for good! Molson Coors Canada employees from the Carlingview Drive and Airport Road Offices got together to pick up litter for 20 minutes.

2011 20 Minute Clean Up Crew beside Carlingview ramp

Employees pick up the trash on the Carlingview Drive ramp from the 401.

2011 20 Minute Clean Up Rob Winns a pair of tickets to concert of his choice

Rob Leprich is the winner of a pair of tickets to a concert of his choice this summer at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre

For more info on the Community Clean Up in your area go to Mayor Rob Ford’s Community Clean Up Plan.

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

Donation Station at Molson Brewery Toronto

To rally support for Earth Day April 22nd and @mayormiller ‘s Community Clean up challenge April 24th Molson has placed a transport trailer in our parking lot at 33 Carlingview to accept donations of unwanted items from our employees and the greater community. An inspiration by Dr. Kirsty Duncan, our local Member of Parliament, the items will be re-directed to local charities. So…we encourage friends and neighbours or passers by to drop off your uneeded items to the John Molson transport trailer in the parking lot at 33 Carlingview Drive, right next to the Molson Beer Store and help make a difference for someone in need. Thanks for your support…cheers…@MolsonFergdonate unwanted items and help make a difference

Friday, April 18th, 2008

A Makeover from Molson Employees!

It was an absolutely perfect day to participate in the Mayor’s 20-minute Makeover.  We couldn’t have asked for better weather to be outside helping to clean up Toronto!

This morning, about 100 Molson employees in Toronto gathered together and picked up garbage and debris around the office and brewery on Carlingview Drive.  We kicked-off the morning clean-up by leading the employees (with a bag pipe band!) to a flag raising ceremony, where they were addressed by Molson’s President and CEO Kevin Boyce and City Councillor Suzan Hall. After the flag was raised, we needed to make sure everyone was physically ready for the challenge….so we had a couple of Molson’s finest instruct the group with some warm-up exercises and stretches — Thanks ladies!

The clean-up was a complete success.  We had a great time being outside in the sunshine, and we picked up bags and bags worth of garbage.  Even found a broken speed limit sign!

Thank you to Suzan Hall for joining us today and thank you to all who volunteered….Proud to play our part!  Cheers.

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