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Coca-Cola Refreshes Bay Street With the One Family Junkanoo Group

The 2019 Boxing Day Junkanoo Parade proved to be another exciting one filled with pulsating goatskin drums, carefully tuned brass instruments, the cheerful ka-lik of cowbells and the vibrant, rainbow hues of costumes painstakingly crafted throughout the past year. The Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) once again took to Bay Street on Boxing Day with the One Family Junkanoo Group, where they embraced the nostalgia driven “Video Game Madness” theme while handing out ice-cold Coca-Cola and Coca-Cola No Sugar.

“One Family would like to thank CBC for your support of our 2019-2020 Junkanoo presentation” noted Anthony “AC” Coakley, One Family Public Relations and Events Coordinator. “Working with the Coke team over the past 3 years has been rewarding and fun.

The Coca-Cola team will return to Bay Street for the 2020 New Year’s Day Parade, under the theme “Some Like It Hot! Some Like It Cold!”

CBC has been a sponsor of One Family for the past several years, and the company is proud to support the advancement of Bahamian culture.