By - March 1, 2019

Plato’s Path: March 2019

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Where will Plato go next? It’s up to you! Take Plato along on your trek across the globe. Snap a picture with Plato on a nature trail, at the top of a mountain, or working on his tan at the beach. Send us your photos for a chance to be featured!

Thankfully, dinosaurs don’t need passports. To take Plato along for the ride, download and print your own Plato or find a paper Plato in your Publix Communication Center. Then, snap a pic and send it to corporate.communications@publix.com. Be sure to include your name, work location and photo caption.

March Week 4

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Plato is on a path to hike 50 trails in 50 weeks! He most recently hiked Screech Owl Trail at Tibet-Butler Preserve in Orlando, Florida.

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Plato camped out at Highland Hammond State Park in Sebring, Florida. Thankfully they ate hot dogs, not hot dinos.

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Plato and his fluffy friend love riding in style! Plato went for a run — kind of — in Deltona, Florida.

March Week 3

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The corporate quality assurance team took a selfie with Plato — and our Mr. George cutout! Think they make that Publix jacket for green dinosaurs?

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8: Visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Plato did. Make friends with fellow small green creature, Yoda must.

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Plato has fun while he works! Our dutiful mascot visited Henderson Middle School with associates from #1586 in Hendersonville, North Carolina, to teach kids the joys of working for Publix

March Week 2

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NORM! By the time Plato left Cheers in Boston, Massachusetts, everyone knew his name.

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In between coffee house visits in Seattle, Washington, Plato stopped to check out the city views from the top of the Space Needle.

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Plato made sure to catch some rays on the beach while visiting Pensacola, Florida, with associates from #1461, Niceville, Florida.

March Week 1

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Plato & the Pups would make a great band name, don’t you think? Check out Plato with his paw-se in Smyrna, Tennessee.

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Sometimes the real Plato makes his own path! Associates from #1615, Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, brought the dinosaur to local landmarks, including Outer Banks National Scenic Byway in Ocracoke, North Carolina.

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Plato the Publixaurus posed for a picture at the Parthenon in Nashville, Tennessee. Now say that five times fast!


See where else Plato’s Path takes him!