Port Allen Exxon employees donate school supplies to WBR Schools

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From left to right: Ryan Beissinger, SSHE Manager; Scott Gleason, Southeast US Cluster Manager; Teri Bergeron, WBR School Board; Ahmed Abouelenein, Operations Manager. Front: Tonya Genre, Business Support Supervisor

PORT ALLEN, La. (West Side Journal) – Employees at the Port Allen ExxonMobil Lubricants plant joined together to donate 15 bags of school supplies to support students and teachers in West Baton Rouge Parish.


The employees typically donate the the annual Stuff the Bus campaign, which was held virtually this year.

Picture courtesy of West Side Journal

Instead of stuffing the bus, they stuffed School Board member Teri Bergeron’s car with the school supplies, which will be distributed by the WBR School District.

The fundraiser and donation was organized by Teona Williams, Exxon’s Inventory Management Specialist.

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