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CBC Supports Garvin Tynes Primary Annual Awards Day
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CBC Supports Garvin Tynes Primary Annual Awards Day


The Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) is proud to once again come on board as a sponsor of the Garvin Tynes Primary School’s Annual 6th Grade Awards Day, which will take place on June 14.

CBC has provided assistance for the gift-giving day for a number of years, and the company is happy to see young Bahamian students excelling academically.

The future of the Bahamas will one day be determined by talented young men and women, like the students of Garvin Tynes Primary” noted Nikia Wells, CBC Communications Marketing Manager. “We are proud to support these talented and bright students, and it is an honor to be able to give back to the communities that we serve.”

The Caribbean Bottling Company has been an avid supporter of the school, which is located in the same community as the company’s bottling facility.  Last year, two of the school’s students, Kennedi Knowles and Anajah Culmer, won CBC Carleton Williams Scholarships, and were both awarded full, 6-year scholarships at the private high school, of their choice.