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Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling in Rancho Cucamonga Announces Major Expansion of Manufacturing and Distribution Facility

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif., Sept. 7, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- In an exciting development that promises to bring enhanced production capacity and increased efficiency, Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling, a leading player in the beverage industry, has proudly revealed plans for a substantial expansion of its operations at its current facility in Rancho Cucamonga. ...

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif., Sept. 7, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- In an exciting development that promises to bring enhanced production capacity and increased efficiency, Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling, a leading player in the beverage industry, has proudly revealed plans for a substantial expansion of its operations at its current facility in Rancho Cucamonga.

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With plans to invest $500 million to transform the facility, Rancho Cucamonga is set to become only the fourth location where Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling manufactures in California – the others being in Downey, Los Angeles, and San Leandro. The planned project includes the demolition and rebuild of the Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling facility currently located at 10670 6th Street. During construction, operations will relocate to a temporary location in Fontana.

When complete, the new facility will be transformed from a single-building distribution center to a 620,000-square-foot state-of-the-art campus with full production capabilities. Designed with safety and sustainability as top priorities, the newly constructed bottling and distribution center will include added employee amenities such as expanded break rooms, training rooms, a parking garage with EV charging stations; also a tour gallery, fleet shop, and recycling center. Additionally, the plans call for maximizing efficiencies around energy and water use, including drought-resistant landscaping.

"We're thrilled to be able to reimagine our Rancho Cucamonga facility to better support our vision to be the leader in the beverage business by delivering unmatched value to our employees, customers, and our local communities," said Steve Raubolt, San Diego Market Unit President, Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling. "We look forward to building on our rich history with the City of Rancho Cucamonga and sharing more about our plans in the coming months."

The current 125,000-square-foot Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling facility in Rancho Cucamonga was constructed in 1984 and is limited to distribution operations. The new facility will mark the first

Coca-Cola production facility built in California in nearly 60 years. It will be a flagship facility within Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling and the Coca-Cola system. The company's growth is expected to create new jobs, contributing to the economic development of the region, and strengthening the local workforce.

The City of Rancho Cucamonga is pleased that Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling remains committed to environmental sustainability and responsible business practices. The expansion project will incorporate eco-friendly measures, ensuring that the increased operations are achieved without compromising the company's commitment to minimizing its environmental footprint.

"The economic prosperity of Rancho Cucamonga is further enhanced when existing companies with established operations in the city, choose to remain here and build upon their past successes," said Matt Marquez, City of Rancho Cucamonga Planning and Economic Development Director. "Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling's plans for expansion in Rancho Cucamonga exemplify the City's commitment to economic growth and a more sustainable manufacturing sector."

This expansion project is currently in the development and environmental impact review process and will come before the City's Planning Commission and City Council at a future time. If plans are approved, construction could begin as soon as 2024 with an operational facility by summer 2026.

About the City of Rancho CucamongaRancho Cucamonga encompasses nearly 47 square miles and is located 40 miles east of Los Angeles; considered to be the premier city in the Inland Empire, Rancho Cucamonga is one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in Southern California with a current population of over 175,000 residents. Information regarding the City and the program and services provided to the community can be found at www.CityofRC.us, via Facebook, X, and Instagram.

About Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling (RCCB) is a proud West Coast and Midwest bottler and distributor of Coca-Cola beverages and operates across 10 states: California, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. RCCB manufactures and delivers over 40 brands to restaurants, sports venues, businesses, healthcare facilities, schools, convenience stores, and supermarkets. In California, RCCB operates 27 facilities with the help of 5,500 employees. As a local bottler, Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling proudly supports the communities in which it operates.

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Jennifer Camacho-Curtis Community Affairs Officer1-909-774-2048 Jennifer.Camacho-Curtis@CityofRC.us

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Rancho Cucamonga star point guard Aaron Glass makes the net dance

Former football player, aspiring rapper and chess club member is now a 'serious' hoopster with offers from Cal, Washington State and Arizona State, among othersRANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIFORNIA – The point guard coolly operates around the perimeter, moving the ball from hand to hand and zipping passes to teammates.He shoots less than you’d expect from a star player. But when he does … all net. Aaron “Ace” Glass makes the net dance with the best of them.The Rancho Cucamonga junio...

Former football player, aspiring rapper and chess club member is now a 'serious' hoopster with offers from Cal, Washington State and Arizona State, among others

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIFORNIA – The point guard coolly operates around the perimeter, moving the ball from hand to hand and zipping passes to teammates.

He shoots less than you’d expect from a star player. But when he does … all net. Aaron “Ace” Glass makes the net dance with the best of them.

The Rancho Cucamonga junior 6-foot-3 guard averages around 20 points per game and scored 39 last season in a victory against St. Mary’s of Phoenix. So focused is he now that it’s funny to think he’s the same kid that rapped and danced as a pre-teen in his family’s living room in Rialto.

Glass first played at a young age at the Johnson Center in Rialto. But he didn’t start playing seriously until sixth or seventh grade. Pop Warner football was his first love.

Eventually, basketball beckoned.

“I love the sport,” Glass said. “I love everything about it. I love making a 3-pointer to put us up and making an assist to a teammate feels good too. Soon, hopefully, I’ll make a dunk – this season for sure. So far I haven’t had too many chances on fastbreaks.”

Dunks weren’t foremost in Glass’s mind as a pre-teen when he took center stage in his family’s living room. There he’d perform his unique raps for his parents Dominique and Ike and younger sister Marley – belting them out like a junior Jay-Z or Drake.

“He’d write these elaborate raps with these big words and sometimes he’d freestyle,” Dominique said. “We have video of him doing it — smiling and dancing. You wouldn’t know it now because he’s so serious and calm and locked in.”

But the player’s mom said he’s also “level-headed” and “likes structure” which explains his love of math and the fact he was in the chess club in elementary school.

Now Glass is the vital piece for veteran Cougar coach Bill Burke.

“He’s just a great kid,” Burke said after a recent practice. “He’s a hard worker who’s in the gym all the time. He does anything we ask him. We’ve been stressing to him to let the game come to him.”

Asked to describe himself as a player, Glass does not hesitate.

“I’m a scoring point guard,” he said. “My first role is to score. I like the pick-and-roll and I like to get my teammates involved. My defense is pretty good and I’m a good 3-point shooter. I think everyone knows that.”

Word has slipped out. Glass has scholarship offers from Cal, Washington State, Weber State, Loyola Marymount, Arizona State, McNeese State, San Jose State and others.

He’s been to Cal and watched a football game and a basketball practice and glimpsed the famous Sather Gate.

“Cal was nice,” Glass said. “I liked the campus. I’ve been dealing with Amorrow (Morgan) and (head coach) Mark Madsen.”

Glass has drawn boffo reviews. Said scouting site Rivals, “Aaron Glass has a well-earned reputation as a dangerous, 3-point sniper. But the Rancho Cucamonga High standout is quickly becoming more than just a long-range bomber. Glass has taken strides as both an at-the-rim finisher and facilitator.”

It’s on the floor in the highly competitive Baseline League where Glass flourishes, taking on the likes to powerhouse teams like Etiwanda of Rancho Cucamonga and Damien of La Verne. The Cougars finished behind both in last year’s standings.

Friday the Cougars travel to Los Osos. Both teams are 11-5.

“I like the atmosphere and the competition,” he said. “It’s pretty wild in the Baseline League. There’s a lot of rivalries and trash talking. Fans will get on you about your offers and how you’re not deserving.”

Experts don’t agree.

Wrote Rivals, “He’s a no-doubt, high-major prospect whose recruitment is likely to look different six months from now than it does currently.”

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John Murphy is the sports editor for Century Group Media of Southern California. Follow him at @PrepDawg2.

Rancho Cucamonga’s new dog park is ‘The Bark’ of the town

More than a year after city officials celebrated breaking ground at a much-anticipated park for dogs, the Bark in Central Park is open.The project broke ground in May 2022 but faced a number of paws-es, city officials say. There were several reasons for the delays — a lag in receiving state funding, inclement weather, supply chain disruptions — causing the project to take a total of 16 m...

More than a year after city officials celebrated breaking ground at a much-anticipated park for dogs, the Bark in Central Park is open.

The project broke ground in May 2022 but faced a number of paws-es, city officials say. There were several reasons for the delays — a lag in receiving state funding, inclement weather, supply chain disruptions — causing the project to take a total of 16 months to complete, said Michael Parmer, assistant to the city manager. The city held an informal ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday, Sept. 25.

Rancho Cucamonga received $3 million in state funding in 2019 to create the dog park, part of the Central Park Master Plan adopted in the same year.

“The Bark” is replacing the dog park at Etiwanda Creek Park on East Avenue. The new facility is larger and in a more central location, according to the Bark at Central Park website.

Parmer said a lot of work going on at “The Bark” may not have been noticeable over the past 16 months. For some time, the city was working on the underground utilities for future phases of Central Park.

“And this is the first major development that we’ve done all the way down on the southwest quarter of that parcel,” said Parmer. “So we want to start to tie into the use of utilities. Develop it in a way that when we start to build out future phases it’ll go by hopefully a lot smoother. And we’ve already got the foundation of that infrastructure in place.”

The park has three 1-acre enclosures separated by fencing to designate areas for different-sized dogs, and gives the city the option to shut an area for maintenance without closing the entire park.

Parmer said the city will be able to rotate through the enclosures to regrow and maintain the grass and complete other maintenance that the park will need. He said the city would probably rotate them on a quarterly basis starting next week.

The park also has water fountains for dogs and their owners, seating areas, agility courses, a walking path, and dig pits.

The 100-acre Central Park, at 11200 Base Line Road, also includes a community and senior center, a pavilion with picnic amenities, the Freedom Courtyard and a playground on 30 acres. The remaining 70 acres has remained undeveloped largely because of lack of funds.

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to correct Michael Parmer’s title.

Rancho Cucamonga vs. Damien has league and playoff implications; here's why

Two weeks remain in the high school football regular season.But for all intents and purposes, the clash between unbeatens Rancho Cucamonga (8-0) and ...

Two weeks remain in the high school football regular season.

But for all intents and purposes, the clash between unbeatens Rancho Cucamonga (8-0) and Damien (8-0) in La Verne Friday night (7 p.m.) will likely decide the Baseline League champion, and at the very least provide an inside track for the league crown.

Rancho Cucamonga's final game is against Upland and Damien's season finale is against Etiwanda. Both are scheduled to be played Thursday, Oct. 26. Rancho Cucamonga and Damien have one common opponent: Chino Hills. Rancho beat the Huskies 49-0 and Damien won 34-7.

The Baseline League is having a great year, making it arguably the second-best league in California behind the Trinity League. Despite the quality of teams, the clarity of what happens to the winner and loser Friday night beyond the regular season is still in question.

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If Rancho Cucamonga wins, it assures a Division 1 playoff spot, assuming the field is 8 or more due to the Cougars' Calpreps.com rating (No. 7). Anything less than eight teams would be unprecedented. The top division had 10 teams in 2022 and eight teams the two seasons prior (2021, 2019). The last 16-team Division 1 field was in 2018.

If Damien wins, it could drop Rancho Cucamonga into the Division 2 playoff field, but it's unlikely the Spartans would leapfrog into Division 1 playoff territory, unless the Division 1 playoffs were made of 12 teams or more. Damien is ranked No. 16 on Calpreps. A win Friday night could put the Spartans into the top 12.

We'll find out in the next two weeks.

The CIF Southern Section office will release the football playoff brackets on Sunday, Oct. 29.

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Rancho Cucamonga tailback Trey Wilson stiff arms opponents, adversity

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIFORNIA – Limitations. Obstacles. Adversity. They are as constant as the Santa Ana winds that tore through Wednesday night’s Rancho Cucamonga High football practice.Cougars star running back Trey Wilson knows about them. He is the 5-foot-8, 168-pound dynamo who lost his sophomore and junior seasons to early season broken collarbones. But he’s healthy now and has rushed for 1,514 yards rushing and 17 touchdowns for the 10-1 Cougars.“He’s doing awesome,” sa...

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIFORNIA – Limitations. Obstacles. Adversity. They are as constant as the Santa Ana winds that tore through Wednesday night’s Rancho Cucamonga High football practice.

Cougars star running back Trey Wilson knows about them. He is the 5-foot-8, 168-pound dynamo who lost his sophomore and junior seasons to early season broken collarbones. But he’s healthy now and has rushed for 1,514 yards rushing and 17 touchdowns for the 10-1 Cougars.

“He’s doing awesome,” said Rancho Cucamonga assistant coach Marcus Soward said. “He’s probably the MVP of the league. He’s been phenomenal. He gets my vote.”

In this era of 3-star this, 4-star that, official visits, and fawning media reports, Wilson is anathema. He’s an undersized, twice-injured, no-star whiz of a ball carrier who has stiff-armed adversity, and won.

Wilson busted a collarbone early in the 2022 season. Up in the stands, his mother Khalilah Wilson winced.

“They called me down to the sideline, Khalilah said. “We went to the emergency room and Trey asked for his phone so he could text someone and find out if we were still winning. Here he is with this devastating injury and all he can think about are his teammates and if we are winning.”

The injury was a setback for Wilson, but not a death knell.

“It was annoying that it happened both years,” he said. “The first time it was like, ‘Wow.’ And then the second time it was shocking. But I just came back and focused on eating healthy and getting enough vitamins and strengthening my bones. And I supported my teammates. I love the game and my teammates and knew I could potentially come back at the end of the season.”

Wilson did return for Game 10 last season and the playoffs and finished his junior year with 515 yards and two touchdowns in five games.

This year he wants more, as the Cougars prepare to host Murrieta Valley on Friday night in a CIF-Southern Section Division 2 quarterfinal game.

Rancho Cucamonga third-year coach Brian Hildebrand ignores the wind and the cold and patrols the field in a black pullover, short pants and no socks.

“All right, baby, this is the best drill ever,” he says to a knot of linemen. “Cyclone. Cyclone. Run it.”

Wilson takes a handoff from quarterback Jacob Chambers and zips through behemoths.

“Good, good,” Hildebrand says. “Hustle back. Do it again.”

Wilson is popular with big offensive linemen Justice Turner, Raymond Jacobs, Derrick Cooper, Malik White, and Gabriel Alvarado. He’s especially tight with Jacobs who boasted he could “leap over” Wilson. Jacobs then displayed his vertical leap, such as it is.

“Trey’s a great running back,” Jacobs said. “He can do whatever you need. He can go out for a pass, run the ball, and he’s got great vision. He’s small but he makes up for it with his speed.”

Wilson’s all-for-one mentality stems from home. He’s the oldest of four boys – twin sophomores Tyler and Tyree who also play Cougar football and 10-year-old Ty whose similar name adds to the fun and confusion.

“Trey and his brothers go at it,” said Tony Wilson, Trey’s father and a Cougar assistant. “It’s all day, even in the car. I’ve got to break it up. But then they get in the house and calm down and Trey will start making food for them. First, he terrorizes them, then he cooks for them. Chicken quesadillas are his specialty.”

Ohio State doesn’t have Wilson on the speed dial. That was reserved for CJ Stroud, the Houston Texans QB who once quarterbacked the Cougars. But Benedictine College, a small college in Atchison, Kansas, has offered Wilson a scholarship. More offers could come.

“My goals are to win CIF and state and to rush for 2,000 yards,” Wilson said. “And to stay healthy.”

John Murphy is sports editor of Century Group Media of Southern California.

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