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Mrs. Karla Wells-Lisgaris, Caribbean Bottling Company Brand Manager, with the first recipients of the Carleton Williams Caribbean Bottling Company Scholarship Award – T’Ron and D’Ron Strapp.

Two students receive Caribbean Bottling's First Scholarshop

Last week T’Ron and D’Ron Strapp, twin brothers and recent graduates of Garvin Tynes Primary School, had their dreams come true when they started their high school education at Aquinas College on a full academic scholarship. This dream, shared by their parents, came to fruition as a result of years of hard work and countless achievements. From Computer Science to English, Math and Music, the twins dominated both academically, and socially with healthy competition among each other. T’Ron and D’Ron Strapp capped off their primary school careers as the 2015 – 2016 Head Boy and Deputy Head Boy respectfully.

Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC), local producers of Coca-Cola, first met these impressive young men via their application for the Bright Minds Scholarship from Wendy’s & Coca-Cola. After interviewing them, the CBC representatives were immediately impressed, and instantly wanted to assist them in achieving their immediate objectives, and long term goals. This was the start of a grand idea that is now the Carleton Williams Caribbean Bottling Company Scholarship.

The Carleton Williams Caribbean Bottling Company Scholarship was established to both celebrate Mr. William’s contribution to Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC), and to continue his works of investing in the local community. The academic scholarship will rotate annually between New Providence and Grand Bahama to one child graduating from a public primary school seeking attendance to a private high school.

“It is with great pleasure that CBC introduces the Carleton Williams Caribbean Bottling Company Scholarship,” said Cara Douglas, Marketing Manager CBC, “we are pleased to honor a gentleman who has done so much for both our company, and this great country. Our first recipients, T’Ron and D’Ron, are both outstanding young men with infinite potential. We look forward to watching them grown from this opportunity become community-minded men, who can pay this experience forward one day.” The Strapp brothers are excited to begin this new chapter in the academic careers and have committed to exceling. In response to learning they were awarded the first ever scholarship, the brothers wrote that “this opportunity will permit us to continue working even hard to achieve our future goals in an environment conducive to learning, while we continue to be role models.” CBC is pleased to play a role in their lives and wish them continued success.

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