Join the USO and Coca-Cola in sending messages of support
Since 1941, Coca-Cola has been a proud supporter of the USO, America's leading military nonprofit organization, committed to strengthening America’s military service members by keeping them CONNECTED to FAMILY, HOME and COUNTRY, throughout their service to the nation.Send a message
Our Work: The Coke 600
Each Memorial Day, the USO and Coca-Cola support America’s military and their families at the Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte, North Carolina. This is NASCAR’s only 600-mile race and the nation’s largest Memorial Day celebration. On May 29, 2022, race car driver Corey LaJoie will be racing in a USO-themed car. Throughout the weekend, the USO will be hosting a Fan Zone where the public can stop by learn more about the USO’s mission. Join Coca-Cola and the USO as a Force Behind the Forces® by expressing gratitude and support to service members around the world.
Oct 17, 2022
‘You Guys Are My Heroes’ - When the U.S. Military Deployed in Response to Hurricane Ian, the USO Was by Their Side
National Guard members deployed to Florida in the wake of Hurricane Ian spent weeks working in dangerous and stressful conditions during hurricane relief efforts. But they were able to find a few moments to reconnect with loved ones and recharge thanks to the support of the American people and the USO.
Feb 7, 2020
In 'Share Your Service Story' Contest, Service Members Could Win a $5K Scholarship that Honors the Legacy of a Tuskegee Commander
In honor of African American History Month, commissary and exchange patrons can enter the “Share Your Service Story” social media contest, sponsored by Coca-Cola in partnership with the USO and Mondelēz International, that honors the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen commander, Gen. Benjamin O. Davis Jr.
About: Celebrating Over 80 Years Together
From World War II through today, the USO and The Coca-Cola Company have teamed up to bring a taste of home to service members and military families around the world. This partnership has grown from not only refreshing military personnel through financial and in-kind product assistance, but also by supporting the development of programming that drives continued support for service members and their families for years to come.