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Coca-Cola CEO James Quincy has turned one of America’s most celebrated brands into what many have justly begun referring to as “Woka-Cola.” For so long, the company had been not only a symbol of American culture and capitalism at large, but also a celebration of what’s good in this country and the world.

In its most recent release, the 2022 edition of Balancing the Boardroom: How Conservatives Can Combat Corporate Wokeness, the Free Enterprise Project (FEP) outlined in detail how Quincey has destroyed a classic American company and what can be done about it.

It was Quincey’s HR department that distributed materials to its employees instructing them to “be less white.” Quincey also condemned Georgia’s voting-integrity bill, has snuggled up to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and actively lobbied against legislation combatting slave-labor production. In short, it’s time for Quincey to go.

FEP will be challenging Quincey at Coke’s annual shareholder meeting on April 26 at 8:30 a.m ET. If you own shares in The Coca-Cola Company, you can attend the virtual meeting as well and vote “no” to the retention of Quincey as CEO. Coca-Cola’s annual proxy statement and instructions on how to attend the meeting can be found here.

To read more about Quincey in Balancing the Boardroom, click here. Balancing the Boardroom is a comprehensive guide for center/right investors who desire to utilize their shareholder proxies to protest the most hard-left CEOs and board members in America.

Author: Ethan Peck