MONCTON, NB, Oct. 9, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - Members of the media are invited to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Molson brewery in Moncton, this Wednesday, October 10th.
As part of our fifth anniversary, our employees will be giving back to our community by planting trees in the Ryan Road area of Moncton. These trees will stop the streambank erosion that is currently happening in this area, and help prevent runoff, which has become a significant problem as a result of the area's development. The areas that were hit the hardest as a result of this have been Jones Lake and Centennial Park.
Please join us by meeting here at the brewery on Wednesday, October 10th. We will depart the brewery at 8 a.m. and meet on Ryan Road. The area we will be planting is directly across from the School that is currently being built. You may choose to park along the street, or find parking and walk. There is plenty of room for parking.
|What:||Molson Coors will plant trees in the Ryan Road area of Moncton|
|When:||Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 at 9 a.m.*|
|Where:||Ryan Road area of Moncton (see the map)|
|You may choose to park along the street, or find parking and walk|
|*We will depart from the brewery at 8 a.m.|
|170 MacNaughton Ave., Caledonia Industrial estate|
|Who:||More than 20 employees from the Molson Moncton Brewery|
|Brad Devarennes, General Manager, Atlantic Canada|
|Tim Farley, Brewery Manager, Moncton|
SOURCE: MOLSON COORS CANADA
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