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Hundreds of Customers Take Home Prizes During Coca-Cola Silver Bottle Caps Promotion

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Hundreds of Customers Take Home Prizes During Coca-Cola Silver Bottle Caps Promotion

This summer, hundreds of Coca-Cola lovers got the chance to take home big prizes, including Samsung S20 smartphones, simply by turning in the limited-edition silver bottle caps featured on some of Coca-Cola Bahamas' classic beverages. New Providence, Grand Bahama, Abaco, Eleuthera and Long Island customers were able to redeem their caps at redemption events, which kicked off during the first week of July and wrapped up in early August. 

Prizes included beach chairs, domino sets, cooler bags, Coca-Cola Bahamas glasses and shopping bags. Everyone who turned in silver caps also got entered to win Samsung S20 smartphones, and winners were chosen via random draw.

New Providence S20 winners included Kendrel Knowles, Terry Bowles, Gregory Bullard, Rolie Henfield, Colleen Taylor, Alexandria Hunt,  and Vandessa Brooks. Other winners included Theresa Reckley and Aiesha Grant of Grand Bahama, Mariah Pinder in Spanish Wells, Vernell Hunt and Demi Johnson in mainland Eleuthera, Tanya Carwright and Philip Taylor in Long Island, as well as John Ross Taylor and Dani Severe in Abaco.

Gabriella Suighi, CBC Activations Marketing Manager, noted that the promotion not only awarded customers with prizes, but also allowed them to turn in their empty bottles for recycling. "Throughout the promotion, we were able to collect thousands of bottle caps for recycling. And, we were extremely happy to continue our recycling efforts with the WasteNot team. Hopefully the silver caps promotion was able to raise awareness about recycling opportunities in The Bahamas." added Suighi.

Empty plastic bottles could be dropped off at silver bottle cap redemption events, for recycling, or deposited at WasteNot Bahamas' collection bins located at the New Providence Community Church on Blake Road, Saint Andrews School on Yamacraw Road and Ardastra Gardens on Chippingham Road throughout the duration of the promotion. CBC has been a long term partner of WasteNot, as well as its sister group, Cans4Kids, which facilitates aluminum can collection with local schools.