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2022
November Bahamas Goombay Punch Cup Supports Regatta and Sailing in The Bahamas 
October CBC Supports the Zonta Club of New Providence “Save-a-Life” Campaign 
August CBC Supports Inaugural Bahamas Chinese Dragon Boat Festival
  Leonardo Sands Is 2022 CBC Carleton Williams Scholarship Winner
June Caribbean Bottling Company Support Craig Ferguson’s attendance at the 2022 Optimist Worlds Championships
 

Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) makes donations in memory of Cyndi Williams-Rahming

May Caribbean Bottling Company Continues Support of United Football Club
  Caribbean Bottling Company Returns as Kevin Johnson Basketball Camp Beverage Sponsor
Feb CBC to Award 2022 Carleton W. Williams Scholarship
 
2021
Dec CBC Awards "Shining Star" Employees
 

Coca-Cola & The Caribbean Bottling Company Are Spreading Some Holiday Cheer All December Long!

August

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

July The Coca-Cola Silver Bottle Caps Team Is Headed to The Family Islands!
June Maliyah Edgecombe Is 2021 CBC Carleton Williams Scholarship Winner
  Collect Silver Bottle Caps & Win With Coca-Cola Bahamas!
  It's A Sprite Summer of Basketball!
  CBC To Once Again Partner With Cans4kids for Aluminum Can Drive Events
  Monster Energy to Support Local Mixed Martial Arts Community
  CBC Celebrates Local Businesses with Minute Maid Fruit Coolers Photo Contest

CBC Supports the Zonta Club of New Providence “Save-a-Life” Campaign 


The Caribbean Bottling Company (Bahamas) Ltd. (CBC) is proud to partner with the Zonta Club of New Providence (ZCNP) and Sister Sister Breast Cancer Support Group to provide port-a-caths (ports) and needles for patients requiring cancer treatment. CBC will donate $2,000 towards these much-needed supplies that will directly benefit individuals with medical treatment as they battle cancer. With the high frequency of breast cancer in The Bahamas, CBC understands the corporate responsibility of aiding individuals who are at risk of losing their lives, simply because they are financially unable to obtain the necessities required to receive medical treatment. 

“Cancer has become all too familiar in our communities; recognizing the vast number of Bahamian women impacted by breast cancer, it is essential that we do our part to extend assistance to those battling this disease” noted Karla Wells-Lisgaris, Brand Manager at CBC. “Our hope is that we can show those affected, that they are not alone in their fight”. 

CBC has traditionally supported other local groups during the month of October. Most recently, purchasing t-shirts for staff to assist with alleviating the cost of chemotherapy treatment for a young Bahamian woman, diagnosed at 25 years old with Stage 3 aggressive breast cancer.