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06.9.2020

Philadelphia International Airport Thanks Essential Workers – Enabled by Pouring Rights

By enliven

As lives turned upside down during the past months, a dedicated group of unsung “essentials” went to work each day. Most toiled in anonymity to perform basic, vital tasks that kept moms flying home to their families, moved food from farm to table, and transported medical equipment to those in need.

Philadelphia’s DoA, MarketPlace, and PepsiCo have worked to thank this “anonymous” group by providing free food and drinks, discounts on meals, snack bags, and other perks.

 

Access the Full Customer Engagement Highlight Report:

PHL April 2020 Customer Engagement

 

Partnership Highlights:

  • PepsiCo donated more than 4,000 bottles of water, cans of Bubly, snacks and other goodies.
  • DoA and MarketPlace prepared more than 300 snack bags for airport essential personnel
  • Bags were provided to airport essential personnel, including TSA, police, and others.

Woman packing bags of Bubly

 

Project Overview:

Copied from: https://www.phl.org/newsroom/employee-appreciation

Being an airport essential employee during the COVID-19 crisis has been challenging, and at times, overwhelming. To show appreciation for essential personnel, the City of Philadelphia’s Division of Aviation collaborated with MarketPlace PHL, the airport’s food and shops organization, on a snack bag distribution.

“In the face of a global pandemic, Philadelphia International Airport has remained open thanks to the hard work and dedication of our employees,” said Director of Workforce Development Jonathan Todd. “Many of our colleagues have maintained a presence on-site, ensuring the airport’s daily operations continue running smoothly. The snacks and beverages are just a small token of our immense appreciation for their efforts.”

MarketPlace PHL donated more than 1,500 snacks, including Bubly sparkling water, chips, cookies, fruit snacks and almonds, were distributed to almost 300 employees. Among those that helped pack the bags were PHL CEO Chellie Cameron, Chief Operations Officer Keith Brune and Chief Revenue Officer Jim Tyrrell.

Recipients included staff in PHL’s Custodial, Central Supply Services, Building Maintenance, Electrical, Electronics, HVAC, Stationary Engineers, Pavement and Grounds, Maintenance Admin/Job Control, the Communications Center, Operations, Safety and Security departments.

“The Operations, Security, and Communication Center teams appreciated the snacks and the recognition from MarketPlace PHL during this unprecedented time,” said Assistant Deputy Director of Operations and Security Chris Dougherty.

“Now more than ever, MarketPlace and Pepsi are looking for ways to give back and support fellow employees at PHL, said Marketplace PHL Marketing and Customer Service Manager Megan O’Connell. “We are thrilled to have been able to distribute snacks and drinks including bottled water, Bubly sparkling water, and assorted Frito’s products to help brighten the day for hundreds of employees here at the airport.”

 

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Photo credits: PHL.org

 

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06.9.2020

Philadelphia International Airport Thanks Essential Workers – Enabled by Pouring Rights

By enliven

As lives turned upside down during the past months, a dedicated group of unsung “essentials” went to work each day. Most toiled in anonymity to perform basic, vital tasks that kept moms flying home to their families, moved food from farm to table, and transported medical equipment to those in need.

Philadelphia’s DoA, MarketPlace, and PepsiCo have worked to thank this “anonymous” group by providing free food and drinks, discounts on meals, snack bags, and other perks.

 

Access the Full Customer Engagement Highlight Report:

PHL April 2020 Customer Engagement

 

Partnership Highlights:

  • PepsiCo donated more than 4,000 bottles of water, cans of Bubly, snacks and other goodies.
  • DoA and MarketPlace prepared more than 300 snack bags for airport essential personnel
  • Bags were provided to airport essential personnel, including TSA, police, and others.

Woman packing bags of Bubly

 

Project Overview:

Copied from: https://www.phl.org/newsroom/employee-appreciation

Being an airport essential employee during the COVID-19 crisis has been challenging, and at times, overwhelming. To show appreciation for essential personnel, the City of Philadelphia’s Division of Aviation collaborated with MarketPlace PHL, the airport’s food and shops organization, on a snack bag distribution.

“In the face of a global pandemic, Philadelphia International Airport has remained open thanks to the hard work and dedication of our employees,” said Director of Workforce Development Jonathan Todd. “Many of our colleagues have maintained a presence on-site, ensuring the airport’s daily operations continue running smoothly. The snacks and beverages are just a small token of our immense appreciation for their efforts.”

MarketPlace PHL donated more than 1,500 snacks, including Bubly sparkling water, chips, cookies, fruit snacks and almonds, were distributed to almost 300 employees. Among those that helped pack the bags were PHL CEO Chellie Cameron, Chief Operations Officer Keith Brune and Chief Revenue Officer Jim Tyrrell.

Recipients included staff in PHL’s Custodial, Central Supply Services, Building Maintenance, Electrical, Electronics, HVAC, Stationary Engineers, Pavement and Grounds, Maintenance Admin/Job Control, the Communications Center, Operations, Safety and Security departments.

“The Operations, Security, and Communication Center teams appreciated the snacks and the recognition from MarketPlace PHL during this unprecedented time,” said Assistant Deputy Director of Operations and Security Chris Dougherty.

“Now more than ever, MarketPlace and Pepsi are looking for ways to give back and support fellow employees at PHL, said Marketplace PHL Marketing and Customer Service Manager Megan O’Connell. “We are thrilled to have been able to distribute snacks and drinks including bottled water, Bubly sparkling water, and assorted Frito’s products to help brighten the day for hundreds of employees here at the airport.”

 

Related Articles:

Local Sports Hero “Battles” Fans at Philadelphia International Airport – Enabled by Pouring Rights Agreement

Creating Opportunities: A Response to COVID-19

The Best Customer Engagement Companies in the World Adopt Pouring Rights (And You Should Too)

 

Photo credits: PHL.org

 

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