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1983 "GOOD SCOUT' AWARD

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EDWARD F. O'REILLY
President
THE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF NEW YORK

Edward F. O'Reilly is President and Chief Operating Officer of The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of New York, Inc., the largest Coke franchise in the United States and one of the world's largest soft drink bottling companies. The company serves franchised territories with a combined population of approximately 25 million people with products that include Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Tab, Sprite, Fresca, Mellow Yello, Rambling Root Beer, Dr. Pepper, Sunkist, Seagram's Mixers, Welch's Country Time Lemonade and Lipton Iced Tea and represents approximately 450 million dollars of annual sales. Mr. O'Reilly is also president of Premium Beverages Inc., the wholly owned subsidiary of Coke New York which is licensed to franchise Seagram's Mixers throughout the United States.

Previous to this present assignment, Mr. O'Reilly was President of the Royal Crown Cola Company, a division of Royal Crown Companies. Mr. O'Reilly succeeded to this division presidency from the position of vice president sales of the Eastern Zone of Royal Crown Cola Co.
Mr. O'Reilly has been involved in the soft drink industry since his graduation from Iona College in 1960. His twenty-three years of diversified experience was initiated in New York City where he began his career as a route salesman. Since that time he has held various selling, advertising, marketing and administrative responsibilities in the soft drink industry.

Mr. O'Reilly is active in the Alumni Association of Iona College; is a member of the Board of Directors of Personnel Pool of America, an H&R Block Company; and is a member of Winged Foot Golf Club and Orienta Beach Club.

to be presented at THE FOOD, BEVERAGE, TOBACCO AND PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY LUNCHEON

Given on behalf of: THE GREATER New York COUNCILS, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1983

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