Pepsi Cola Of Atmore Named One Of Company’s Top Bottling Companies

September 30, 2015

The Pepsi Cola Bottling Company of Atmore is one of the top three Pepsi bottling companies in the United States and Canada..  The Pepsi of Atmore franchise was recently named as finalist for the Donald M. Kendall Bottler of the Year Award.

Company officials were on hand in Kissimmee, FL, Monday night as the award was presented to Allen Beverages from Gulfport, MS.

“We were very honored to be a finalist and the love and support from our family ,friends and community has been amazing,” Pepsi of Atmore said on their Facebook page after learning the winner.

Named for PepsiCo’s co-founder and former chairman and chief executive officer, the Donald M. Kendall Bottler of the Year Award was created in 1994 to honor the best of the best among Pepsi-Cola bottlers in the United States and Canada.

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4 Responses to “Pepsi Cola Of Atmore Named One Of Company’s Top Bottling Companies”

  1. 429SCJ on October 2nd, 2015 1:09 pm

    I remember when I was a kid there was a bottling system there, as well as the old Coke a Cola building on Palafox in Pensacola. I remember when I was a kid we would pass it on the way to the S&H green stamp store. The line would be moving, bottles marching.

    If you notice the large frontage windows, I think that was to appeal to the public’s fascination with the mechanized. It was interesting to observe.

    Those bottles moved through there pretty fast.

  2. Just Wondering on October 1st, 2015 8:48 pm

    I didn’t think they actually bottled there anymore???

  3. Dennis HE Wiggins on September 30th, 2015 7:18 pm

    I wonder how they decide which is the best bottler. I mean, a bottle of Pepsi is a bottle of Pepsi, right? That having been said, the award must surely be based on the PEOPLE who operate the facility. (I’m sure there are other “mechanical” aspects of it such as how many returns due to errors in the processing and such, but it must be mostly based on the human side.) That says a lot about Atmore’s Pepsi-SAV family!

  4. 429SCJ on September 30th, 2015 6:30 am

    I remember when I was ten years old, I would walk down Church street past the Pepsi building, on my way to the Strand theater, for the matinee.

    That business has been there through many changes in times and society.





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