Tuesday September 29, 2020

Coca-Cola saddles up for Dublinbikes deal

Coca-Cola Zero is to become commercial partner to Dublinbikes in a €2 million agreement with the scheme's organisers.

22nd June, 2014
Minister of State Alan Kelly, Frank O'Donnell general manager Coca-Cola HBC Ireland, Joanne Grant, managing director, JCDecaux Ireland, Owen P Keegan, chief executive, Dublin City Council and Jon Woods, general manager, Coca-Cola Great Britain & Ireland

Company: Coca-Cola

**Done Deal:** commercial partnership with Dublinbikes

**The clincher:** ''This partnership builds on our support for the roll out of the regional bike schemes in Galway, Limerick and Cork to make cycling accessible to thousands of people across the country and help more people be more active. - **Jon Woods,** general manager, Coca-Cola Great Britain & Ireland

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