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Molson Coors DE&I

Molson Coors Diversity and Inclusion

Miller Lite is owned by MillerCoors. The Molson Coors beer brands are household names such as Miller Lite and Coors Lite. The CEO of Molson Coors recognizes that with being one of the best distilleries in the nation, comes responsibility to lead in supporting diversity, equity, inclusion and humanity. Competition in the distillery business is fierce and being able to attract and retain top diverse talent is key to success. Beyond that, the CEO wants its distillery customers to know that the company strongly values diversity in all its forms from race and age, to gender, disability, and culture.  Molson Coors hires some of the best diversity trainers to instruct leadership on DE&I training and engages such trainers and consultants in short and long-term DE&I planning.

Molson Coors Beverage Company owns Coors Brewing Company, MillerCoors, Labatts Brewing Company, and Miller Brewing company, among others. Coors and Miller rank 8th and 9th as the most popular beers in the United States, with Miller High Life coming in 11th, and Miller Lite ranking 13th in the US.

“Diverse employees are a key part of how we’re creating America’s best beer company.”

Safe Spaces Program

The Miller Brewing Parent company is Molson Coors, which took over in 2005. The history of the breweries owned by Molson dates back to the 1700’s. This company knows its beer and is taking a strong stance for DE&I for its employees. Molson is known for its safe spaces initiative which involves a commitment to resilient and active listening to the community and employees lived experiences and perspectives.

Company employees can take part in the program by showing their support and engagement with a badge in their email signature saying they are willing to be allies against oppression and discrimination in the workplace.

The leadership team and CEO are honoring the importance of emotional and psychological safety at work where employees excel and are encouraged to welcome each person’s individual authenticity and intersectionality.

Training and Education

The C-Suite executive leadership team at Miller Brewing learns about their strengths as they approach their work and DE&I programs. They participate in assessments and training that includes courses and workshops such as StrengthsFinder training and coaching.

As part of Molson Coors’ long-term DE&I plan they are offering multiple learning options including online diversity training. Engagement in the form of online training is at the top of the list for Molson Coors. In addition to the flexibility of on-demand program, Molson is able to create the content that reflect scenarios employees face regularly and helps retain consistency and standardization of key concepts across the organization. E-learning allows the company to continually take the foundation it has built for various topics and update it annually or more often. Global companies often need translations in multiple languages which is easy to do in an online LMS. For the self-directed online training, travel is not required, so the carbon footprint is minimal, in line with its values and programs like responsible sourcing. Online topics may include how to identify and self-reflect on bias, introduction to privilege and how it creates inequities, bystander intervention with regard to discrimination harassment and microaggressions, intersectionality, lived experiences of marginalized employees, systemic racism, and LGBTQIA+ inclusion.

Racial Justice

The company is addressing racial equity and justice starting with leadership and working to hire more Black employees and other BIPOC employees, retain diverse talent, and promote people of color to leadership positions. The company does admit to finding a noose in an employee locker as confirmed in the human resources investigation. Racial name-calling and racial microaggressions were also confirmed issues at the company. Molson has responded with a program of listening sessions and employee focus groups.

Onsite on-location training is also in place and varies by location and COVID safety. Training is a part of employee’s and leadership’s core competencies and performance measurements.

MillerCoors & Diversity

The MillerCoors corporation is committed to using diverse suppliers and spends billions of dollars a year using diverse vendors. Their diversity statement states “We are committed to creating a safe, rewarding and diverse workplace.” MillerCoors has a history of bringing diversity training to all its 8500+ employees annually. MillerCoors’ CEO was recognized in Diversity Journal for his contributions to diversity. He stated, “ Diverse employees are a key part of how we’re creating America’s best beer company.”

Miller Lite Rebate Customer Service

Miller Lite offers a number of rebates to encourage customers to purchase their beer for the first time, be loyal to the brand as beer-buying consumers, and try Miller Lite again after switching to another beer or alcoholic beverage.

Contact Miller Lite to discuss any issues with your rebate

Miller Beer Rebate Hotline


The above toll-free number will connect you with a Miller Lite and Molson Coors rebate customer service agent. Are you looking for a form or address to mail your rebate? Call our customer service team at the Miller Rebate Center for Canada and the United States.

Please note: This Miller beer rebates are only good in these states: AK, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, IA, ID, IL, KS, MA, MD, MI, MN, MS, MT, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, VT, WA, WI, WY

Most rebates are good on Miller Lite, Miller Genuine Draft, MGD64 or Miller Chill.

If you are having trouble with any of the following regarding your rebate:

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