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Salvation Army Reopens Women & Children’s Emergency Shelter

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Coca-Cola Co. Partners with Salvation Army to Restore Community Center & Women’s Shelter

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Coca-Cola supports Paradise Plates

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Sprite teams up with the Royal Bahamas Police Force for the 8th Year

For the eighth year Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC), the local producer of Coca-Cola products, has partnered with the Royal Bahamas Police Force to bring together the nine districts of New Providence in an annual Sprite Basketball Tournament. For four weeks young men from across the island will work together in teams to win the coveted title of “Sprite Basketball Champions”, while learning new skills in a friendly, safe environment.

“Over the past eight years the Sprite Basketball Tournament has become a highlight of the summer camp, with the kids excited to compete and get involved in the tournament. This program not only allows us, as the police body, to pass on valuable team building and basketball skills to young men, but it also helps us to foster relationships with these young men, which is invaluable” says Inspector Johnson, of the Royal Bahamas Police Force. “CBC has been such a wonderful partner, working with us every step of the way, and literally none of this would be possible without their continued support.”

“The Sprite Basketball tournament was created by CBC as a way to offer support to the neighborhoods across New Providence that we serve,” Cara Douglas, CBC Marketing Manager explains. “In 2008 each of the individual districts were looking for corporate support for their summer camps, and we saw an opportunity to bring the districts together around a positive event, basketball, and the next year the Sprite Basketball Tournament was born. CBC rightly believed this would foster a deeper relationship between the young men, their communities, and the police department. This tournament is a safe and supportive environment for young men to participate in each summer, and we are so proud to continue to support it with the Royal Police Force.”
Each summer for the past eight years CBC has support the tournament by organizing every facet, ordering uniforms, putting together the end of tournament celebration, give aways, prizes, and ensures that each event kids are fully hydrated with Sprite, Powerade and Dasani.

The 2015 Sprite Basketball Tournament Champions were the South Central Division, second place was the Southwestern Division. Mr. Renard Bridgewater was named Most Valuable Player, and Asher Scabella walked away with the 2015 Sprite Sportsmanship award.