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Coca-Cola love to be shared at St. Valentine’s Day Massacre

The Campari Lady Nathalie will be the featured attraction at the 31st Annual St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, set for February 17-18, in the waters of Montagu Bay. FILE

The Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) will be sharing a bit of Coca-Cola love at the upcoming St. Valentine’s Day Massacre.

The popular annual sailing event will be held February 17-18, at Montagu Bay, and spectators will be able to take in the boat races while enjoying refreshing Coca-Cola beverages.

The regatta committee expressed their gratitude for Caribbean Bottling’s continued support, and noted that it is the committee’s goal to keep the regatta culture alive and strong in New Providence and throughout The Bahamas.

“The CBC team is committed to supporting Bahamian culture,” noted Marketing Manager – Communications, Nikia Wells. “We are proud to sponsor and take part in events like the St. Valentine’s Day Regatta.”

The Caribbean Bottling team will be on site during the two-day competition, with refreshing Coca-Cola beverages and Coca-Cola Zero Sugar samples.

The regatta itself is in 31st year, and a number of sloops from around the country are expected to take part. The featured race is the ‘Catch Me If You Can’ race in which a number of ‘A’ Class sloops in the country will try to catch the ‘B’ Class Lady Nathalie. Eleazor “Barber J” Johnson’s Lady Nathalie is usually given about a 10-15 minute head start over the field.

A number of on-shore activities are planned over the course of the two days.

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