A pair of
A weeklong series of events celebrated the deep ties between the city of Chattanooga, its cultural venues like Ruby Falls, Rock City and the Tennessee Aquarium, and the iconic
“Our 120th birthday events are first and foremost a celebration of our people and their families, since they are the foundation and the drivers of what we do each and every day to serve our customers, their consumers and our communities,” said Darren Hodges, Tennessee Valley division director for
James A. Hart purchased the Coke franchise in December 1919 and started bottling Coke in Santa Fe in early 1920. Four generations of the Hart Family have helped grow the company by blending tradition and innovation, while supporting northern New Mexicans’ tastes and community needs.
As the second largest private employer in northern New Mexico, the company distributes more than 400 products via a 65,000-sq.-ft. facility in the heart of Santa Fe.
Four generations of the Hart family came together, led by Clarabelle Hart-Remeta, the oldest living member of the family at 87 (pictured in yellow), to celebrate the milestone at a special concert featuring Mark Chestnutt.
“One of the most satisfying aspects of our business is giving back to the community that has given so much to our business over the years,” said Richard Remeta, chairman of the board,