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Coca-Cola Worldwide rallies to support The Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian

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Coca-Cola Worldwide rallies to support The Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian

Representatives from the Caribbean Bottling Company meeting the first plane filled with supplies from Puerto Rico.

Coca-Cola Company and Partners mobilize to support relief and recovery efforts in The Bahamas

In the weeks post Hurricane Dorian, many Bahamians are suffering devastating losses and now find themselves displaced and reliant on other for their basic needs. Recognizing the enormous need for supplies, funds and assistance Coca-Cola partners have mobilized to support relief and recovery efforts for Bahamian communities.

First to react, out of pure compassion, was Coca-Cola Puerto Rico Bottlers (CCPRB). As the local bottler of Coca-Cola in Puerto Rico, CCPRB understood firsthand the damage a storm of this magnitude can do. Puerto Rico was ravaged by Hurricane Maria back in 2017. Mere days after the passing of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas, CCPRB organized donation and supply drives with both the Puerto Rico business community and general public. Less than a week after the passage of the storm, the first plane of relief items arrived into Nassau. Another 4 planes quickly followed. Coca-Cola Puerto Rico Bottlers has also served as a collection point for relief supplies, and received 4 containers worth of relief items. These materials were imported last week by Caribbean Bottling and distribution between Abaco, Grand Bahama and New Providence shelters has commenced. The outpouring of generosity from the Puerto Rican community will greatly impact the recovery of the broken Bahamian communities.

Dedicated members of the Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) team have been working tirelessly to sort and distribute the supplies received. Working with local organizations and shelters, the supplies received are given directly to those in need. The swift response of the people of Puerto Rico and the local partners has made an incredible impact to the ongoing relief efforts.

 “We thank Alberto de la Cruz, President and CEO of Coca-Cola Puerto Rico Bottlers, for his personal donation as well as organizing the donation drives. We also thank the people of Puerto Rico for their selflessness in our time of need.” said Caribbean Bottling Co. CEO, Walter Wells. “Receiving this level of support from our Coca-Cola family is a testament to the company’s mission to support the communities in which we operate.”

Caribbean Bottling Company has been instrumental in the distribution of supplies locally  and continues to work closely with the Salvation Army, Red Cross, local shelters and private donors to hand out beverages, food items, baby items, batteries, generators and more.

Supplies from Puerto Rico landed in The Bahamas for distribution.

Coca-Cola team member, Valentino Johnson, assisting to unload supplies sent from Puerto Rico.

Members of the local Coca-Cola team distributing supplies in Grand Bahama.

Members of CBC sorting beverages for shelter distribution.

Members of CBC sorting relief items received from Puerto Rico.