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FLORIDA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY TO PROVIDE 50,000 GALLONS OF WATER TO VICTIMS OF HURRICANE ANDREW

 FLORIDA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY TO PROVIDE
 50,000 GALLONS OF WATER TO VICTIMS OF HURRICANE ANDREW
 MIAMI, Aug. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The Florida Coca-Cola Bottling company today began distributing more than 50,000 gallons of water to victims of Hurricane Andrew.
 The distribution of the free drinking water, which includes more than 20,000 2-liter bottles and 200,000 cans, is taking place at the following locations:
 KENDALL
 -- S.W. 152 & 117th Avenue
 One 5,000 Gallon Tanker
 Bring own container
 -- HRS Headquarters
 11241 S.W. 184th St.
 One 5,000 Gallon Tanker
 Bring own container
 -- Snapper Creek/U.S. Army/Mobile Kitchen
 One mile south of Kendall Blvd. off Turnpike
 One 5,000 Gallon Tanker
 Bring own container
 MEDLEY
 -- Red Cross/Mass Care
 9201 N.W. 101 St.
 1/2 Truckload of Canned Water
 FLORIDA CITY
 -- Florida City - City Hall
 One 5,000 Gallon Tanker
 Bring own container
 HOMESTEAD
 -- Downtown Red Cross/National Guard Distribution Center
 One 5,000 Gallon Tanker
 Bring own container
 -- American Red Cross Shelter
 15015 S.W. 103rd Ave.
 One 5,000 Gallon Tanker
 Bring own container
 -- National Guard
 216th & US1
 Truck Full of Coca-Cola products
 With six tanker trucks in service, between 25,000 and 50,000 gallons of water will be distributed daily by the Coca-Cola bottler throughout the affected area. The service will continue as long as the need for safe water exists.
 -0- 8/28/92
 /CONTACT: C.E. (Buddy) Rogers of Coca-Cola, 305-985-5086; or Maria Pis-Dudot of Burson-Marsteller, 305-372-1513/ CO: Coca-Cola Bottling Company ST: Miami IN: SU:


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