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Caribbean Bottling Company To Serve ‘Light It Up’ Signature Beverage at REACH Jazz Night Fundraiser

NASSAU, NP – The entire month of April has been dedicated to raising autism awareness, and the Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) has returned as a proud sponsor of REACH Bahamas.

REACH is a non-profit organization that aims to increase autism awareness and education in The Bahamas by providing free services and resources to children and families affected by autism. In addition to a cash donation, CBC will be participating in the REACH Spectrums of Jazz fundraiser, taking place on Apr. 21 at the Balmoral Club. The Caribbean Bottling team will be serving up the “Light It Up” spritzer as the event’s welcome drink. The beverage will feature Dasani Sparkling, Schweppes Grapefruit, blue curacao and fresh blueberries.

“We are thrilled to once again assist REACH Bahamas,” noted Nikia Wells, CBC Marketing Manager – Communications. “They help so many young Bahamians and we want to do anything that we can to support their work. In addition to providing financial assistance, we also wanted to do something fun to help spread the word and make more Bahamians aware about autism and where they can get information.”

REACH organizers noted that they are excited to have the Caribbean Bottling Company on board as a sponsor, and added that the support of the Bahamian corporate community is vital to their mission.

For more information on REACH Bahamas, visit www.reachbahamas.org. Tickets for the Spectrums of Jazz fundraiser can be purchased from the REACH office, on Village Road.