As the president of Windfield Alloy, Eric Tetler become known for pioneering the practice of recycling a wide range of materials at one facility. In his private life, Eric Tetler supports various youth sports programs and charitable organizations, such as the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
According to a press release, the Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) recently renewed its partnership with the Coca-Cola Company to launch a five-year extension of the Triple Play health and wellness program to foster healthy lifestyles among youth around the country. The program extension was announced in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of Triple Play, which the BGCA founded in collaboration with Coca-Cola and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Over the past 10 years, Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul has connected with more than 9.2 million children to impart the importance of proper nutrition and physical activity.
The Coca-Cola Company's prolonged financial support will help the BGCA maintain crucial healthy lifestyle programs nationwide, as Triple Play is one of the most implemented initiatives at local Boys & Girls Clubs.
Since 2007, Eric Tetler has served as president of Windfield Alloy, an environmentally conscious recycling business in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He first joined the company in 1994, and 13 years later, he became its majority shareholder.