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Coca-Cola Canada's Scott Lindsay to retire

The exec wraps up a 28-year career at the company

Coca-Cola Canada has announced that Scott Lindsay, the company's long-time senior vice-president of sales will be retiring at the end of February.

Lindsay joined the CPG giant in 1992, serving in both Canada and the United Sates. He has been a member of Coca-Cola Canada's leadership team for the past 17 years and "has helped guide the company's strategic direction, while building a world-class sales organization focused on serving the world's most recognized brands," said the company in a release announcing Lindsay's retirement.

Outside of Coca-Cola, Lindsay served as a long-time advisory board member and past chair of the Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers and was also honorary chair of The Weekend to Conquer Cancer and director of ProAction Cops & Kids.

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