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2024
July Coca-Cola and Marvel’s Superhero Designed Packages is the Ultimate Summer Collab
  Powerade Athlete Ken Mullings Leaps and Soars to the Olympics
June Susan Chase Shines to Win 2nd Annual Bahamas Goombay Punch Cup
  Goombay Punch to Unleash the Heat at Long Island Regatta
May

Goombay Punch Cup Makes Major Waves in Sailing

 

Coca-Cola and Bahamas Masqueraders 10 Years of Partnership Shows the Magic of Carnival

  Ken Mullings Levels Up Through Powerade Sponsorship 
April

Carleton William’s Legacy Provides Educational Opportunities for Bahamian Students

  The National Family Island Regatta Sets Sail on its 68th Year of Competition with Goombay Punch
  Coca-Cola’s Giveaway Promotes Coming Together Over Meals
March Dasani Hydrates Team Bahamas & Team TCI for CARIFTA Aquatics 2024
February

Powerade sponsors Baark! Potcakeman for the 10th year

 

Bahamas Goombay Punch Supports the St. Valentine’s Day Regatta

   
2023  
December

Coca Cola sponsors $20,000 to One Family Junkanoo Group for 2023 Boxing Day Junkanoo Parade

  Caribbean Bottling Company Launches 2nd Annual Bahamas Goombay Punch Cup at the Best of The Best Regatta
  Coca Cola launches new holiday campaign, "The World Needs More Santas" partnering with the Salvation Army to be Santa this Christmas
July

Timothy Kemp wins a full scholarship from Coca-Cola


Ken Mullings Levels Up Through Powerade Sponsorship 

Bahamian professional athlete Ken Mullings, like many athletes, has his mind set on the Paris Summer Olympic Games, and with Powerade’s sponsorship he believes his goals can become reality. Sponsorships such as these assist athletes with the cost for training, workout gear, coaches, travel etc., which can be exhausting. Fortunately, throughout the years Powerade has been a proud supporter of the 2023 CAC Decathlon silver medalist, a sponsorship that Mullings is grateful for.  

“This partnership means a lot because it shows that God hasn’t given up on me and that Powerade believes in me and sees my improvements throughout the years,” Mullings said. 
“This sponsorship also helps me to reach others and hopefully motivates them to keep pushing.” he continued. 

The 27-year-old who began his track and field career at CARIFTA, like many athletes throughout the Caribbean, understands the importance of maintaining a healthy body as he entered his first CARIFTA the games with a partial knee injury.  

After experiencing this at such a young age, Mullings made it a priority to keep his body in top shape. Another reason he says his sponsorship with Powerade is match-made heaven. 

“Partnering with Powerade is perfect because hydration is key for all athletes in any field. My event is a difficult event to get through. Especially without the right hydration in place, so this plays a big role in my improvement this year.” he expressed.  

Aside from providing athletes with the fuel to perform at the highest level, Powerade also focuses on prioritizing athletes' mental and physical well-being. Their slogan, “Pause is Power” dispels the notion of winning by any means necessary, a belief Mullings fully supports.  

“Being a part of a brand that prioritizes your mental health and well-being motivates me more to keep improving because I know that they want the best for me and for others. By taking care of those areas, it helps me to recover and last longer in this field.” Mullings said.  

As the weeks narrow down to what many claim to be the greatest display of athletic excellence, the Olympic Games, Munnings says you can expect great things from him.  

“My biggest goal is to hit the auto mark for Paris, after that my goal is to put up a score at the Olympics that can get me on the podium” he shared. 

Mullings reiterated that because of Powerade’s financial assistance he now has the freedom to focus on perfecting his training and competing harder.  Mullings said, “sports lovers can always expect the best out of me no matter where I am, especially if I’m wearing The Bahamas’ uniform.”