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Carbon14 launches Korath Wright watch with a Bahamian Night in New York
By Guestofaguest.com
Nov 5, 2009 - 11:22:25 PM

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Left to Right: Malik Yoba, owner Carbon 14 Watches, Bahamian snowboarder Korath Wright, and Devon Harris from the Jamaican Bobsled Team Photo: Guestofaguest.com

New York, NY - New York’s nights may be finally cooling off, but that didn’t stop the people from Carbon14, a new outdoor and active lifestyle brand, from celebrating the launch of their watch collection with a Bahamian Night at The North Cabana at Maritime Hotel. The theme highlights their partnership with Korath Wright, Olympic snowboarder, and first ever Bahamian athlete to compete in the Olympics, this upcoming winter.

Also there was Malik Yoba, from legendary bobsled movie “Cool Runnings”, and the inspiration from the 1993 film, Jamaican bob-sledder, Devon Harriss. Patrick McDonald, Nancy Bacich, Jules Kirkby, Kristian Lalibarte, Carol Han, celebrity activist Suzy “Africa” Engo, and Greg K of the MisShapes also joined in for some Bahamian-themed cocktails and to celebrate the new watch launch.The night’s early October weather was perfect for the space, which consisted of a roaring fireplace and a partially opened roof. Not quite the Bahamas, but with enough cocktails, one can always pretend… right?

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Celebrity activist Suzy “Africa” Engo with Bahamian snowboarder Korath Wright. Photo: Guestofaguest.com

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Korath Wright Carbon 14 Watch



 
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Bahamian Korath Wright speaks with Devon Harris who was captain of the Jamaican Bobsled Team, and who is now a motivational speaker. Photo: Guestofaguest.com




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