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Coca-Cola offices in Freeport, Grand Bahama on October 14th, when Dasani water and care packages were being handed out.

Coca-Cola is a global company that operates in local communities around the world. This is no different here in the Bahamas. Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC), is the official producer of Coca-Cola brands in the Bahamas, and they ensured that residents in the areas most damaged by the storm received assistance in the aftermath.

“Supporting and assisting our local community is engrained across the Coca-Cola system, so when a natural disaster like this happens in our communities, it is not a matter of IF we will support, it is a matter of how much we can support” says Karla Wells-Lisgaris, CBC Brand Manager. “We wouldn’t be here without our customers so we are happy to assist them in their time of need.”

In the wake of Hurricane Matthew Mrs. Wells-Lisgaris and her team quickly mobilized to offer assistance to the communities and islands hit hardest during the storm. She contacted many local businesses, and received hundreds of cases of donations from Purity Bakery (over 700 loaves of bread), Variety Disposal (cases of mackerel and sardines), Island Wholesalers (a pallet of Caribbean Choice Sardins), and Lightbourn Trading (cases of cereal and Anchor Milk).

“We were truly impressed and humbled by the selfless giving of corporate Bahamas,” Alginal Coleby, Grand Bahama Operations Manager. “These donations will hopefully go a long way in assisting the people of Grand Bahama as we all work together to try and recover from this terrible storm.”

In addition to providing aide to Grand Bahama, CBC has also donated over 450 cases of beverages to settlements across North and Central Andros, and over 1,000 cases of beverages in New Providence. Donations in New Providence have been made to organizations such as Hands For Hunger, Red Cross, Salvation Army, and The Royal Bahamas Defense Force to name a few.

Following a trend set in 2015 after Hurricane Joaquin, CBC is offer all Dasani cases (12oz, 20oz, 1L, and 1.5L) at a discounted rate of $7 for all relief efforts. This price is only available at the following locations: New Providence, (Coca-Cola offices on Sir Milo Butler Highway, and Beverage Depot on Thompson Blvd beverage) and in Freeport, Grand Bahama.

Caribbean Bottling staff presents the Bahamas Red Cross with a beverage donation.

Bahamas Red Cross – Grand Bahama volunteers assisting the CBC team with packaging the care packages.