Brown Bottling Group to donate ATV to local charity

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The Fieldhouse for the Homeless plans to organize raffle to raise funds

Hattiesburg, February 5, 2015: Brown Bottling Group is pleased to announce the donation of a Sunkist Kawasaki Teryx 750FI 4×4 LE to the Fieldhouse for the Homeless at their location (5712 Hwy 49 South) on Friday, February 6, 2015, at 10:00am. The ministry plans to raffle the ATV, which retails for more than $12,000, in order to raise funds.

“We’ve seen the amazing work the Fieldhouse for the Homeless does in the Hattiesburg community, such as assisting those in need with housing necessities and job searches,” said Shelley Brown Floyd, Chief Marketing Officer of Brown Bottling Group. “It is our pleasure to partner with this ministry.” The goal of Fieldhouse for the Homeless, an all-volunteer organization that serves the Hattiesburg area, is to get individuals and families into suitable housing and help create a stable environment.

“Gifts like this go directly to benefit those who are living in a desperate situation,” said Randy Price, Chairman of the Board at Fieldhouse for the Homeless. “We are organizing a raffle for a chance to win the Sunkist Kawasaki Teryx to raise money for our cause,” Price added.

Tickets will be $10 each, and more information regarding the raffle will soon be available at http://www.fieldhouseforthehomeless.com/. One lucky winner will be drawn on Monday, May 25, 2015.

Headquartered in Ridgeland, MS, Brown Bottling Group is one of the nation’s leading independently-owned Pepsi-Cola distributors. Brown Bottling distributes Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Sunkist, and Dr Pepper, as well as a diverse portfolio of Carbonated, Non-Carbonated, Coffee, and Tea products.

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