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Coca-Cola Sponsorship Salutes Aviation

Coca-Cola, a legacy partner of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, continued the company’s long-time support of the Center’s STEM initiatives and events by sponsoring an August program honoring the 30th anniversary of Aviation Challenge® Camp. The day’s festivities featured Tuskegee airmen George Hardy and James Harvey as well as U.S. Navy Commander Victor Glover, an astronaut and member of the Artemis Team that is helping NASA return to the moon.


Coca Cola Check presentation

Mike Sokoll, of Huntsville Bottling Company, is shown presenting a $10,000 check to Brenda Carr, Executive Director of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center Education Foundation.  Lockheed Martin and National Space Club-Huntsville joined CocaCola in sponsoring the event.


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