Keep Brevard Beautiful Recognizes Cumberland Farms With “We Noticed” Award
Keep Brevard Beautiful’s (KBB) South Chapter has presented the "We Noticed" Award to Cumberland Farms.
Based in Massachusetts and founded in 1938, Cumberland Farms now operates nearly 600 stores. The “New England Farmhouse” design, created by their internal design team and Allevato Associates, enhances their aesthetics and is the new upgraded look for their chain. The landscaping includes palms, shrubs, Florida-friendly ornamentals, and sculptures created by local artists through the Brevard Culture Alliance. These sculptures will be periodically changed to showcase local artists’ work.
The KBB South Chapter recognizes properties throughout the southern part of Brevard County year-round for their efforts to beautify the area and environmentally improve their landscaping.
For more information, contact Jennifer Thompson, City of Melbourne Environmental Programs Coordinator, at (321) 608-5082 or email@example.com.
"We Noticed” Award presentation at the Cumberland Farms store on John Rodes Blvd. Pictured from left to right: Bryan Bobbit (KBB), Jennifer Thompson (City of Melbourne Environmental Programs Coordinator and KBB South Chapter member), Barbara Brotherton (KBB South Chapter member), Dina Reider-Hicks (KBB South Chapter member), Ray Fisk (Cumberland Farms Marketing Manager), Bob Gwizdala (Cumberland Farms Area Sales Manager), Nakia Taylor (Cumberland Farms Store Manager) and Vicky Croft (KBB).