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2017
Nov:

For the 4th year both Powerade and Dasani water will hydrate all Bahamas Half participants.

Oct:

Coca-Cola supports the International Culture Festival

 

Powerade & Dasani will hydrate the Run For Pompey

Sept:

Powerade Potcakeman Triathlon

July: Sprite teams up with the Royal Bahamas Police Force for the 9th year (updated)
 

Lesly St. Fleur to host first Beach Soccer Clinic with Powerade

  Caribbean Coke Bottler upgrades to solar power in The Bahamas
 

Sprite teams up with the Royal Bahamas Police Force for the 9th year

June:

K. Kaiya Pinder wins a full scholarship from Coca-Cola

 

Basketball Smiles Summer Program

April:

Coca-Cola is a National Sponsor of IAAF World Relays

March:

Lesly St Fleur is Powered by Powerade

  Dasani & Coca-Cola team up to sponsor the 64th National Family Island Regatta
  Dog Days Half Marathon participants will be Powered by Powerade
 

Coca-Cola Zero Sugar makes its mark on Festival Rum Bahamas

Feb:

Powerade to Power Cyclist for the 2017 Ride For Hope

Jan:

Coca-Cola partners with Pure Silk – Bahamas LPGA Classic for the 4th year

 

All Race Weekend will be hydrated with Dasani water.

2016
Nov:

Bahamas Half Marathon powered by Powerade

Oct:

Powerade & Dasani will hydrate the Run For Pompey

Aug:

#ThatsGold with Coca-Cola

 

Caribbean Bottling Company introduces a new beverage, Dasani Sparkling, and it is well received by the public.

July: Locally Coca-Cola will feature Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace, our local Olympic Swimmer
June: Coca Cola suports the 49th Annual Long Island Regatta
May: Bahamas Masqueraders are Coca-Cola Red!
 

Coca-Cola partners with Special Olympics Bahamas

April: Dasani hydrates walker and runners
 

Dasani & Coca-Cola team up to sponsor the 63rd National Family Island Regatta

 

Dasani hydrates all Dog Days Half Marathon participants

Feb: The Dirty Mule is back at Festival RumBahamas
  Schweppes Grapefruit gets Social Media love
  St. Valentine’s Day Regatta loves Coca-Cola
Jan:

Coca-Cola sponsors the 4th Pure Silk LPGA Tournament

  Dasani Refreshes Race Weekend

Coca Cola partners with Special Olympics


Photo (L-R): Alicia Thompson – Special Olympics Bahamas, Cara Douglas – Marketing CBC, Vashtni Thompson - Special Olympic athlete, Austin Green – Special Olympic athlete; Gilbert Williams – Special Olympic Director, Sasha Pratt – Marketing CBC.

On Saturday May 28th 130 Special Olympic athletes from Abaco, Eleuthera, Grand Bahama, and New Providence will participate in the Annual National Track & Field Meet, and they will be hydrated all day long thanks to Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC), the local producer of Coca-Cola products. CBC, will be at the Thomas A. Robinson Stadium serving Dasani, Powerade, and Vitamin Water to all of the participants and volunteers from 9AM – 3PM.

 “Special Olympics Bahamas is very pleased to have Caribbean Bottling Co. come on board for our National Track & Field Meet, and provide our athletes and coaches with a variety of Coca-Cola brand products”, says Gilbert Williams National Director of Special Olympics Bahamas. “We are expecting that both the weather and the action on the track will be extremely hot, so keeping our athletes cool and hydrated will be a task made simple, thanks to Caribbean Bottling Co., its volunteers and most certainly its products!”

“Did you know that The Coca-Cola Company is one of the Founding Partners of the Special Olympics?” asks Cara Douglas, Marketing Manager at CBC. “Similar to The Coca-Cola Company, CBC has a long standing relationship with both the Special Olympics, and general youth development in our country. For this reason it is with great pride that we volunteer to assist at this weekend’s National Track & Field Meet, and ensure that all of our athletes are hydrated as they compete.”

Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC), has donated over 850 beverages, made a donation toward their annual publication, and some of their staff complement will be volunteering to assist during the Annual National Track & Field Meet.

In addition to the 130 Special Olympic athletes competing from 9AM – 3PM, there will be a very special “Torch Run” during the Opening Ceremonies. 100 officers from the Royal Bahamas Police Force will be on hand to participate. Be sure that you come out and support our Special Olympic athletes at the Tomas A. Robinson Stadium on Saturday May 28th from 9AM – 3PM.