The presence of the Liberia Coca-Cola Bottling Company (LCCBC) was heavily felt on Sunday, September 13, 2015 during occasion marking the official dedication ceremony of the newly constructed Caldwell Bridge.
LCCBC, as part of its corporate social responsibility, deployed a team of dedicated caterers who humbly provided valuable services during indoor activities of the occasion to officials of government, opinion leaders, women groups, children and ordinary Liberians, as well as foreigner dignitaries, who defied the heavy rainstorm to grace the official opening ceremony of the new Bridge in the Township of Caldwell.
The Bridge is extremely crucial to residents in the historic Township of Caldwell and the Commercial hub of Bushrod Island, the two communities which the Bridge links in Monrovia, one resident noted.
As a lone and exclusive backer of refreshment activities during the program, the LCCBC was able to pour out huge consignment of its various kinds of brand products to satisfy those who graced the occasion. The company was able to reach out to everyone who was in the perimeter of the indoor program.
Annie Johnson, in appreciation of valuable caterer services provided by the LCCBBC praised the management of the company for its decision not to only serve officials of government and “big people but everyone”. “All of us were able to get drinks and no one was left out. This is how ordinary people must be treated” she noted.
Meanwhile, some of the drinks provided by the LCCBC during the indoor occasion of the entire ceremony include Coke, Fanta, Sprite and its latest brand juice, Rani Fruit Juice, which was also introduced for sampling.