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CBC & Powerade to Fuel United F.C. Footballer

For the past several years, the Caribbean Bottling Company (Bahamas) Ltd. (CBC) has proudly supported the efforts of the United Football Club (United FC). And, the company has returned as an annual monetary sponsor in hopes of supporting the program's youth athletic training program, which currently has 398 young men and women enrolled.

For United FC President, Coach Sam "Sam T" Thibaud and his team, their work goes far beyond the football field. And, even though the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a number of health-centric changes and protocols, including more practice sessions to accommodate smaller groups, they have continued to adapt and evolve to ensure that the young players can continue advancing in the sport. "With the support of CBC and other corporate companies we are able to provide sponsorships for players that are interested in playing soccer competitively, but cannot afford it." noted Thibaud. "This is done by donating gear and or paying someone's registration fee. We are also able to enhance the club to better develop soccer in The Bahamas. There are fun and educational activities set in place to keep the players interested like tournaments, both locally and internationally, luncheons, SAT/BJC/BGCSE classes, tutoring, and beach picnics, as well as award ceremonies. Our goal is to keep kids active in a way that they can advance their athletic and academic skills."

United FC is one of the oldest football clubs in The Bahamas, and the organization's Youth Soccer Development Programme has produced many of the country's top players. Originally named the "Nick Body Shop United" in the early 70's, the club has evolved into United FC, and CBC is delighted to support the growth and development of its young athletes.

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