Posts tagged Corporate Responsibility

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

ProAction + Molson Coors = “John Bitove Sr. Award”

CB Proaction MCC Bitove Award

Photo L-R: Carole Berry, Molson Coors; John Bitove Jr.

I was asked to accept an award on our behalf, being naturally curious I set out to learn more about what we were receiving from ProAction. “The John Bitove Sr. Award” is  corporate recognition, ok I figured that out, but why were we, Molson Coors Canada, nominated? 

It turns out we have been involved since 1991, when ProAction began, and have been a part of “Cops helping Kids” ever since. These programs have bridged the gap and helped forge positive relationships between the police and the community where they serve.  ProAction has reached over 350,00 youth, funded over 1,000 police-initiated programs with a total value of $4,000,000 hours, which does not include police hours.

I was honoured to be in the company of such dedicated officers truly making a difference with our youth in our communities. The award is now proudly hanging in our reception area at Toronto Head Office.

Cheers! CaroleB 

 

 

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

Is it a bird, is it a plane? No it’s Molson Coors Super Heroes!

BC Liquor Store Campaign 2012

This Halloween, Carve out a plan to get home safe! Posters displayed in BC Liquor Stores.

Halloween 2012 BC Port Coquitlam

Photo: Wonder Woman Lynda Perovich, Molson Coors Sales Manager, Vancouver, BC and Super Hero at the Westwood Signature Liquor Store.

This is the 5th year that Molson Coors Sales Manager, Lynda Perovich has brought the BC Liquor Store Halloween Campaign to life!  The month long campaign ends with a one night blitz of “Super Heros” distributing Taxi Dollars to remind everyone to get a cab, have a designated driver, walk or stay over at friends when celebrating.  The campaign is more successful every year thanks to our  Molson Coors Super Heros spreading the message!

Super Hero distributing Taxi Dollars 

Photo: Is that Spider Woman?

Congrats Molson Coors Super Hero’s on a job well done!

@MolsonCaroleB

Thursday, September 13th, 2012

Peur des hauteurs? Certainement pas Habitat pour l’humanité!

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Le 7 septembre dernier, un groupe de huit (8) employés Molson Coors se sont donnés la mission de s’impliquer dans un des nombreux projets de l’organisme “Habitat pour l’humanité région des Deux-Montagnes“. Je vous présente notre super équipe de manuels: François-Éric Garant (capitaine), Simon Pepin, Steve Trudel, Robert Lapointe, David Thuot, Robert Noël, Sylvain Boudreau et François Bernier.

L’organisme sans but lucratif Habitat pour l’humanité région des Deux-Montagnes pourra remettre d’ici une dizaine de semaines les clés de la nouvelle maison à la famille Champagne-Lapointe. Depuis la pelletée de terre tenue le 28 mai dernier, la construction de la maison sur la rue Paul à Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-Lac a vivement progressée, pour le plus grand plaisir de la famille Champagne-Lapointe, la famille choisie.

Je partage cette merveilleuse et généreuse histoire avec vous par le biais de superbes photos:

1) Une équipe qui participe et procède en plus à la remise d’une contribution financière de 5,000$ dans le cadre de son Programme de bénévolat Molson Coors

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2) Quelques membres de l’équipe qui n’ont pas peur des hauteurs:

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3) Après quelques travaux de travaux physiques, le temps est venu de faire le plein d’énergie:

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4) On reprend le travail, mais on n’oublie surtout pas une courte pause pour récupérer ses courriels … un bénévole ne fait aucun compromis!

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5) Faut bien qu’un bénévole se sacrifie et prenne quelques clichés:

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6) Célébrations, après une journée bien remplie physiquement et moralement … le temps d’une SUPER bière qui laissera son empreinte dans la communauté – s’agit-il d’un produit Molson? Absolument!

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Bravo pour cette empreinte d’une équipe formidable qui est définitivement hors de sa zone habituelle, pour faire une différence pour une famille qui ne l’oubliera pas de sitôt!

Cheers!

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Cellphone – check; Organizer – check; Taxi Dollars – check

 Molson Coors Campus Football Poster

Molson Coors Campus Snow Boarder Poster 

It’s back to school time at universities and colleges across Canada.  Where did the summer go?  We’re celebrating back to school with a couple of campus programs to encourage responsible drinking

Molson Coors Campus DD Poster 

First, we’re recognizing all those awesome people that choose to be designated drivers.  Our team across the country will be at events offering bracelets and chances to win fuel cards to DD’s.  It’s our way of saying thank you for making the responsible choices and helping out your friends.

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And let’s not forget about our free TAXIGUY app that is now even better because it uses GPS  to connect you to the nearest cab in the network.   Download it today at taxiguydialer.com.

MolsonCoors wishes all students a great school year! Cheers and here’s to responsible choices.

@MolsonCaroleB

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

Catch the Number One “ACT” in Orillia!

2012 Thank You Contest June winner ACT Taxi

Photo L-R: Mike, Cath (manager), Vern, Al and Susan

Congratulations to Team ACT of Orillia!  On behalf of all of us at Molson Coors “Thank You”!

ACT Manager Cath and her team at All Canadian Taxi have been great partners over the years, constantly displaying their dedication to TAXIGUY and our commitment to safe transportation.

Our goal at TAXIGUY is to increase accessibility to taxicab services in all cities and towns across Canada, making safe transportation an easy option for everyone.

We are extremely proud to be working with ACT Orillia!

Cheers and keep up the great work!

CaroleB