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2019
Feb CBC Served Up Schweppes & Dasani Cocktails at Bahamas White Sands LPGA Pro-Am!
  Caribbean Bottling Company Shares The Coca-Cola Love at St. Valentine’s Day Regatta
  Hundreds Take Part In 2019 Powerade Potcakeman Triathlon
Jan CBC is Proud Sponsor of Bahamas White Sands LPGA Pro-Am!
 

CBC Switches to Environmentally Friendly Dasani ‘Plant Bottle’

 

Dasani Hydrates Over 1,000 Runners During 2019 Race Weekend

  Powerade to Fuel 2019 Potcakeman Participants
  Esso Baillou Hill Road Wins Coca-Cola Store Display Contest!
  CBC & Powerade Proud to Support 2019 Don't Blink Home Run Derby

2018
Dec. CBC Serves Up ‘Schweppes Honey Bee’ Cocktail at 2018 Festival Noel
  Grand Bahama Coca-Cola Shoppers Surprised with Instant Cash Prizes!
  Coca-Cola Shoppers Surprised with Instant Cash Prizes!
  Vernita Arty, Devanno Harris and Blaine Gardiner Win CBC Ambassador Awards
  CBC Sponsors One Family for Boxing Day Junkanoo Parade
  Powerade to Fuel United F.C. Footballers for 2019 Season
Oct. Dr. Patricia Pratt is Winner of Goombay Punch Fashion Showcase
  CBC Serves Up Two New Cocktails at Paradise Plates Schweppes Lounge!
Sept. CBC Is Proud Supporter of 33rd Annual International Coastal Cleanup Day
  CBC Is Giving Budding Designers the Chance to Win $500 for Their Bahamas Goombay Punch Fashion Designs
  Bahamas Goombay Punch Helps Mortimer Candies Celebrate 90 Years!  

CBC Supports 2018 Bahamas Triathlon and Aquathlon CARIFTA Team

Dasani Water To Hydrate CIBC First Caribbean Walk For The Cure
August Caribbean Bottling Company a Proud Sponsor of Paradise Plates 2018
July Band Camp Wins Sprite Basketball Tournament Championships!

CBC Is Proud Supporter of 33rd Annual International Coastal Cleanup Day


A furry coastal cleanup volunteer - Mr. Pugsley Napoleon Suighi

The Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) was happy to hydrate the hundreds of volunteers that turned out for the 33rd Annual International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) event, hosted by Dolphin Encounters on Sep. 15.

Environmental enthusiasts took to the western end of South Beach to remove trash and debris from the coastal line, as part of an international effort. Last year, nearly 800,000 people from over 100 countries picked up an estimated 20.5 million pounds of trash along 25,188 miles of coastline.

The CBC team ensured volunteers stayed energized with ice-cold Dasani water and Coca-Cola beverages throughout the event.

“The CBC team has supported the International Coastal Cleanup Day for a number of years. It is truly an amazing event, that unites men and women, from around the world, in an effort to protect and perverse our beaches.” noted Nikia Wells, CBC Marketing Manager – Communications. “We are committed to supporting Bahamian environmental preservation initiatives, and have implemented a number of recycling and waste reduction programs in recent years. We are also proud to support ongoing programs like Cans For Kids, which rewards schools for every aluminum can that they collect, AML Foods’ annual BYOB (Bring Your Own Bag) event which encourages shoppers to use reusable shopping bags, and the University of the Bahamas’ Water Day, which helps raise students’ awareness about hydration, water volume usage, and water recycling.”

In addition to community recycling and water conservation efforts, CBC has also been recycling wooden pallets and scrap cardboard for several years now.

“We have recycling bins and recycling programs at our facilities, and we are dedicated to taking part in events and activities that can encourage our fellow Bahamians to make small changes that can greatly impact our environment” added Wells.

In early 2018, The Coca-Cola Company announced a massive global ambition to recycle all of its packaging by 2030. As the official bottler of Coca-Cola beverages in the Bahamas, the Caribbean Bottling Company will continue to look for new and innovative ways to make that goal a reality, in the Bahamas.


CBC Team Members


Coastal Clean-Up Volunteers


Coastal Clean-Up Volunteers