• Aaron Broussard, Territory Manager Coca-Cola Bottling Company, to serve on the Military One Coast Board of Directors

    Military One Coast, a division of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce Aaron W.R. Broussard, Territory Manager Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Gulfport and Ocean Springs Sales Center will be joining the Military One Coast Board of Directors.

    Aaron is married to his wife Elizabeth Ware Broussard, and together, they have a daughter, Grace, and reside in Biloxi.

    Early in his professional career, Aaron served as Assistant to the President for his family’s business, W. Broussard Seafood where he served as principal adviser on matters of technological innovation and administration. These years set the foundation for his growth throughout his professional career.

    While in undergrad at The University of Southern Mississippi, Aaron had internships with the Department of Homeland Secretary’s Office of Inspector General and Department of Defense Office of the Staff Judge Advocate.

    Aaron graduated from Southern Miss, in 2013, with his bachelor’s degree in business administration, and started as coordinator of event services at the Southern Miss Gulf Park Campus. After four years at Southern Miss Aaron transitioned into the corporate world with Coca-Cola Bottling United, Inc.
    After serving as Sales Supervisor with Coca-Cola Bottling United, Inc., overseeing the business relationship in retail sales and supervising the work of delivery merchandisers, Aaron was promoted to Area Sales Manager for the Gulfport Sales Center and in 2022, Aaron was then promoted to Territory Manager for the Gulfport and Ocean Springs Sales Centers overseeing the On-Premise business for 3,800 customers including restaurants, casino, special events, and education.

    Military One Coast is excited to have Aaron join the board on our mission is to maintain a strong, healthy, and cooperative relationship between the civilian and military communities on the Gulf Coast. We do this through learning operational needs, advocating for policy, procedures, and infrastructure, and fostering an environment that promotes the importance of the Coast’s military presence to our nation’s security.