Keep on trucking
The iconic Coca‑Cola Christmas truck is back on the road!
Christmas will soon be here, and to celebrate the start of the festive season we’re sending our iconic Christmas truck on tour, bringing Coca‑Cola magic to people up and down the country.
The star of the legendary 'Holidays are coming' advert will be touring the nation, making 52 stops along the way and surprising consumers with a selection of festive treats from 23 November to 23 December, 2013.
Find your nearest truck stop
Visit Coke Zone to find out where the truck is travelling this year – then head along to your local stop, have your photo taken with the truck and join in the Coca‑Cola festive celebrations! The area will be transformed into a snowy winter wonderland, with a choir singing carols and Christmas elves serving chilled Coca‑Cola drinks.
Brits tell us their tales of Christmas kindness
Coca‑Cola has a rich heritage of spreading happiness at Christmas, with our much-loved TV advert and Santa icon. But we’re not the only ones - there are individuals, families and even whole towns who go above and beyond to spread the festive spirit.
This year, we surveyed over 2,500 people from the areas the Coca‑Cola Christmas truck is visiting, to discover the kind acts the people of Britain are doing for each other.* Each stop shared its own heart-warming stories, including these...
- London: One Londoner told us they drove for three hours through the snow to bring their partner home for Christmas
- Wolverhampton: Lots of good deeds in Wolverhampton! One person even took an elderly neighbour on holiday over Christmas
- Chichester: Good deeds from locals in Chichester included giving £200 to a homeless man and cooking Christmas dinner for the neighbours when their oven stopped working
- Birmingham: Folks in Birmingham have donated coats to the homeless and taken local pensioners to see a school nativity play
- Coventry: One lovely Coventry citizen volunteered to work on Christmas Day so that others could be at home
- Glasgow: The residents of Glasgow included one who delivered Christmas food shopping to elderly neighbours
* Coca‑Cola Great Britain commissioned independent research through Redshift research. 2,500 interviews across locations the Coca‑Cola truck tour is visiting were conducted online in September using an email invitation and an online survey.