Nestlé Professional continues to ‘Celebrate Australia’ with new limited-edition range
Nestlé Professional has partnered with local Rotary Clubs for ‘Celebrate Australia’ campaign’s second year, showcasing six new Aussie towns.
Australian brand Milo has joined Nescafé Blend 43 in the second iteration of the ‘Celebrate Australia’ campaign by Nestlé Professional. The campaign features six new limited-edition tins in the range.
Three towns are featured on 1-kilogram tins of Nescafé Blend 43, Alice Springs, Boorowa and Mandurah. Another three towns, Charters Towers, Burnie, and Geelong are displayed on 1.9-kilogram tins of Milo.
Each tin displays an illustration of an event or a unique community story that brings people together. As part of the ‘Celebrate Community Spirit’ collection, Nestlé Professional has continued its partnership with Rotary Clubs to support the six selected towns.
“Australian community spirit fuels our nation, and we believe so many Aussie communities have a story worth celebrating. Nestlé Professional is proud to continue our partnership with Rotary to help support the people, businesses, and communities across Australia,” says Nestlé Professional Oceania General Manager Scott Stuckmann.
“Each town chosen to be illustrated on our limited-edition range uniquely embodies community spirit and unity. Nothing brings people together like a sporting event, and Milo joining the Celebrate Australia campaign in 2022 puts the spotlight on community sporting events across the country.”
Local Rotary Clubs in the six towns have each received a $5000 grant from Nestlé Professional to invest in a community initiative important to each town. These initiatives include providing food supplies in disadvantaged communities in Geelong, supporting a project supplying medical equipment to the Alice Springs Hospital Paediatric Ward, to providing shelter and seating around popular town walking tracks.
“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Nestlé Professional and put the spotlight on six incredible towns. These donations will go on to support so many Australian communities, via Rotary, across the country,” says Heather Chong, past District Governor of Rotary Tasmania.
Nestlé Professional has also gifted the selected Rotary Clubs with more than 384 tins each to be used for Clubs to on-sell, or donate, with any profits retained by each Club, for the community.
For more information on the ‘Celebrate Australia’ campaign, visit www.nestleprofessional.com.au/celebrateaustralia2022
Source: Bean Scene Mag