Company News

News/Posts
2021
April CBC & Powerade to Fuel United F.C. Footballers
  CBC Partners With Cans4kids for Earth Day Aluminum Can Drive 
March CBC to Award 2021 Carleton W. Williams Scholarship Winner
  CBC Hosts Aluminum Can Drive In Support of Ongoing Environment Centric Initiatives
Jan. Bahamian Gamers Win Monster Gaming Chairs!
  CBC Is Giving Away The Ultimate Power Through January Prize Pack
  The Caribbean Bottling Company Thanked Selfless "Everyday Heroes" with Holiday Gifts
  The Caribbean Bottling Company Brought Some Holiday Cheer to Customers This Christmas

2020
Nov Coca-Cola & The Caribbean Bottling Company Are Spreading Some Holiday Cheer This Christmas!
July Angela Sands Is 2020 CBC Carleton Williams Scholarship Winner
June 3 Students Awarded Wendy’s & Coca-Cola ‘Bright Minds, Bright Future’ Scholarships
  CBC Expands Locally Produced Product Options with Limited Edition Sprite Cranberry Flavour
May

#BeApp Partners with Coca-Cola to Launch Coke Studio Sessions

March CBC Returns as Proud Title Sponsor of 2020 Powerade Potcakeman Triathlon

CBC to Award Graduating Garvin Tynes Primary School Student 2020 Carleton Williams Scholarship

The Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) will once again award a graduating Garvin Tynes Primary School student with the Carleton Williams Scholarship. The six year award will allow the recipient to pursue their studies at the private high school of their choice. Several past scholarship awardees returned to their alma mater, recently, to share their high school experiences, what winning the scholarship has meant to them, and to share any advice that they can with the graduating sixth graders, as they prepare to start a new charter in their academic journey.

Kennedi Knowles, who was awarded the Carleton Williams Scholarship in 2018, as well as brothers and 2016 recipients, D’Ron & T’Ron Strapp, attended a special assembly hosted at the Garvin Tynes Primary School grounds on March 9. Each student shared a bit about the realities of high school, answered questions, and encouraged the young students to apply for the scholarship if they had an interest in attending a private high school. 

The CBC Carleton Williams Scholarship was created to celebrate the work of Carleton Williams, who contributed greatly to the advancement of the Caribbean Bottling Company as well as his community. The academic scholarship rotates annually between New Providence and Grand Bahama, and awards one graduating public primary school student seeking to attend a private high school. In addition to Knowles and the Strapp brothers, the list of CBC scholars include 2018 recipient Anajah Culmer, 2017 recipient K. Kaiya Pinder, and 2019 awardee Gabriel Hall. 

Garvin Tynes Primary School 6th graders can apply for the Carleton Williams Scholarship by visiting www.cbcbahamas.com. Applicants must be Bahamian citizens, present a need of financial assistance, have a 3.0 GPA or above, show evidence of involvement in community and extra-curricular activities, be able to attend the required candidate interviews and have an acceptance letter from their chosen private school. 

The application deadline is April 30, 2020.