Southern Eagle Donates The American Legacy Eagle Sculpture

Southern Eagle Distributing, Inc. (SED) has donated a bronze eagle to the City of Stuart’s Art in Public Places.  The American Legacy Eagle sculpture is on display at Kiwanis Park and is part of the new ‘Florida Water Birds’ exhibit.

Kiwanis Park is located at the corner of Colorado Avenue and SE 5th Street, in downtown Stuart.  The Water Birds statues represent the City of Stuart’s largest ever public-private art project.  Nationally renowned, local artist Geoffrey Smith, was commissioned to sculpt the Water Bird statutes.

Other sculptures include: Dancing Greater Sandhill Crane, Skimming the Waves Pelican, Wading the Mangroves Roseate Spoonbill and The Osprey Pair.  The sculptures range in size from 18 inches to more than 6 feet tall.

“For over 30 years, Southern Eagle Distributing, Inc. has proudly served the city of Stuart with fine beverages from the Anheuser-Busch portfolio.  As a way of saying thank you, to both the City of Stuart and its loyal residents, Southern Eagle has donated an iconic sculpture of an American Bald Eagle.  The Eagle not only represents longevity, beauty and strength, but, continues to remind us of the everyday freedom we enjoy here in the United States,” Philip Busch, President of Southern Eagle.  “The sculptures are incredible and can be enjoyed by everyone who visits Kiwanis Park.”

Southern Eagle Distributing, Inc. has been proud to call the Treasure Coast home, since 1984. They are a full-service beverage distributor.  Brands  include Budweiser, Bud Light, Busch, Natural Light, Corona, Modelo, Magic Hat, Blue Point and SweetWater just to name a few.  They also have a portfolio of wine and non-alcoholic beverages that include, Copa Di Vino, Nestle Pure-Life waters, Arizona and Sparkling Ice.

Southern Eagle employs over 150 individuals, with a fleet of over 100 vehicles; to ensure retailers & consumers are pleased with their products which are delivered in a fresh & timely manner.

Southern Eagle is proud to support local charities and non-profits including the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County, the Navy Seal Museum, YMCA of the Treasure Coast, CASTLE, Busch Wildlife Sanctuary and the St. Lucie County Hundred Club.

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