Top Stories October 8, 2018

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Selects Coca-Cola as Official Beverage Partner

by Jackson Hole. Media

 

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR), the No. 1 ski resort in North America as named by Forbes for the last seven years has selected Coca-Cola North America as its official beverage provider.

The resort’s new beverage offerings will include a variety of Coca-Cola brands. From morning favorites like Minute Maid juices, to classics like Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and Sprite, the new partnership will provide JHMR guests with the beverages they desire for any occasion. The resort will also offer new beverages like Dunkin’ Donuts ready-to-drink coffees, Coca-Cola Georgia Peach, Coca-Cola California Raspberry and other options like POWERADE, ZICO Coconut Water, Aloe Gloe and vitaminwater active to help visitors stay hydrated after a day on the slopes or trails.

 

For the Winter 2018/2019 season, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is expanding its dining options with Solitude Station, a new ski learning center located at the Sweetwater Gondola mid-station, and a new base-area fast casual restaurant at the base of the Aerial Tram. Solitude Station will boast 12,000 square feet of ski school, rental and dining facilities. With two dining rooms and an exterior patio, the full-service lodge will provide families with an area to relax and refuel with a variety of beverage options. Solitude Station, along with other JHMR food and beverage locations, will feature a four-valve beverage station with vitaminwater essential, POWERADE Mountain Berry Blast, Hi-C Flashin’ Fruit Punch and Minute Maid Light Lemonade, in addition to other offerings including Hubert’s Lemonade, Gold Peak and Honest teas, Fanta, Smartwater and more.

 

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Coca-Cola North America will also collaborate on sustainability solutions for the Jackson Hole community, including recycling programs and rain barrel installations. Coca-Cola is committed to sustainability and making a positive difference in local communities. As part of these efforts, in January 2018 Coca-Cola announced its goal to collect and recycle the equivalent of every bottle or can it sells globally by 2030. To date, Coca-Cola has helped place 1 million recycling bins in the U.S., diverting approximately 730 million pounds of recyclables from landfills annually. The Company designs its packaging to be fully recyclable and works to reduce the amount of plastic used in its bottles. In 2009, Coca-Cola introduced fully recyclable PlantBottle packaging made from up to 30 percent plant-based materials.

 

“We are pleased to announce our partnership with The Coca-Cola Company,” said Mary Kate Buckley, President of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. “We are excited to be able to offer our guests the beverages they want, while providing a variety of beverage choices to meet their needs for any occasion, any time of day.”

 

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