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2022
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

Caribbean Bottling Company Continues Support of United Football Club

The Caribbean Bottling Company (Bahamas) Ltd. (CBC) is proud to support initiatives that help nurture the talents and gifts of young Bahamian men and women. Over the years, CBC has been proud to support a number of youth-centric sporting groups, and will once again return as a sponsor of the United Football Club (United FC) for their 2022-2023 season. CBC's annual monetary assistance will help fund United FC's youth athletic training program.

United FC President, Coach Sam "Sam T" Thibaud, notes that his entire team of mentors and athletic coaches are invested in the overall development of the young athletes that they train - both on and off of the field. During the pandemic, when students were not able to actively take part in training and competing due to safety precautions, the United FC team still ensured that they stayed connected to assist the athletes however they could. After a challenging few years, they are excited that the young men and women are back to doing what they love most.

"United FC has returned to full strength following its shutdown during the COVID-19 Pandemic" noted Thibaud. "In our recent appearance in the Bahamas FA "Love Football Cup" tournament, United FC won both the U-17 Girls and Women's Championship. We're currently assisting our High School seniors for college admissions and training; working with our National Team players; and looking forward to a great first Summer Camp in 2 years."

Thibaud also added that he is grateful for the ongoing support of the Caribbean Bottling Company.

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.

For more information on United FC, visit http://unitedfootballclub.teamsnapsites.com/.