Nestlé Waters Madison Bottling Plant Celebrates 10 Years Of Manufacturing Excellence With Community Event

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With food, tours and other festivities, the Nestlé Waters Madison Bottling Plant welcomed its community neighbors to help mark the plant’s 10-year anniversary last week. The celebration was the company’s way of saying “thank you” to the North Florida community that has embraced the plant just as much as the plant has become part of the community. “We consider it an honor and a privilege to work in the Madison community,” said Rob Fisher, Madison Bottling Plant manager. “For the past 10 years, people throughout this area have been wonderful to us, and we’re pleased to host a special day to thank them for their continued support.” The family-friendly event was held at the plant on Jan. 10. During a formal program, the decade of manufacturing excellence was honored. Fisher also acknowledged the outstanding support provided by the community and what it has meant to the success of the Madison operation. The day also featured a luncheon, the WaterVentures mobile learning lab, and tours of the bottling plant that gave guests a first-hand look at the work that goes into bottling natural spring water. At the WaterVentures lab, parked on the bottling plant grounds, the staff of three environmental educators taught visitors about the importance of protecting Florida’s natural water resources. The traveling science center is a customized 53-foot semi-trailer that travels around the state visiting schools, communities and special events to provide a platform for interactive educational presentations for people of all ages. The main focus of the day was to showcase the lasting bond between Nestlé Waters and the Madison County-area community, and by all measures that effort was a resounding success with nearly 200 guests attending the celebration. “This event


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