Coca-Cola Bottler Expands To Take Over Louisiana Markets

BATON ROUGE (AP) — Coca-Cola Bottling Co. United Inc. is expanding its territory in the Southeast.

         The Advocate’s Timothy Boone reports United will have markets in a major portion of Louisiana, including Alexandria, Monroe, New Iberia, and Shreveport.

         The company's territory rights also were extended to Natchez, Mississippi; Tallahassee, Florida; and Valdosta, Georgia; through a letter of intent signed with The Coca-Cola Company.

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         Financial terms were not disclosed.

         Melanie Clark, a spokeswoman for Coca-Cola Baton Rouge, says Baton Rouge will be the main regional office, overseeing operations in the Gulf Region.

         Clark adds the move means the Louisiana Coca-Cola business will be managed on a more local level, which will allow the company to better serve customers and the community.

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         The Birmingham, Alabama-based bottler already covered Baton Rouge, Lafayette and Lake Charles.

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