On the occasion of marking ten years of a socially responsible project Our beautiful Sava Coca-Cola’s system in Croatian cities along the Sava River – Zagreb, Sisak, Slavonski Brod and Zupanja – where the project has been implemented from the very beginning, decided to thank this year by donating a smart bench as a reminder of a long-term partnership.After the smart benches were set up in Zagreb and Sisak, Županja also got its own smart bench. The people of Županja can now charge their electronic devices on this smart bench, and when they connect to the Internet, the Lijepa naša Sava website opens with an overview of activities during the ten years of the project. “Being able to be a part of the Beautiful Our Sava project in the past ten years and gathering almost 60 partners at the state and local level provides a great sense of pride and satisfaction. We want to thank them by setting up smart benches that will remain in permanent ownership and for the benefit of the entire community. We launched the project to encourage citizens to return to the Sava River and to raise awareness of the importance of its preservation. Now that we see the results of the project in the last ten years, we can conclude that the project has successfully achieved its goal because during the 31 fairs we gathered 150 exhibitors and more than 100 visitors. Also, the celebration of the tenth anniversary provides an impetus for the company’s future activities in the field of water protection and water resources”, Said Stijepan Petrovic, a representative of Coca-Cola HBC Croatia.In the last ten years, the Beautiful Our Sava project has significantly helped to promote the importance of preserving the Sava region and encouraging continental tourism, and Mirko Bačić, director of the Tourist Office of the City of Županja, said more about this: “We are extremely honored to be partners in the project Our Beautiful Sava for ten years, thanks primarily to Coca-Cola HBC Croatia. With the project Our Beautiful Sava, we strive to encourage and promote the importance of the Sava River and environmental protection, and certainly enrich the county’s tourist offer in the presentation of cultural heritage and traditional gastronomic offer on the arrival of cruisers and many visitors. “After the smart bench Lijepa naša Sava was presented in Županja, it will continue to mark the tenth anniversary of the project in Slavonski Brod.
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