Everyone knows ‘Holidays are coming’,
Valentine’s Day print ads in the
Coca-Cola Archivist Ted Ryan says: “The best advertising always reflects what is happening in the world at that time. I always compare it to holding a mirror up to society – you can see what hairstyles, fashion, culture and music are popular. The same idea is true of special holidays like Valentine’s Day… Coca‑Cola naturally belongs.”
In 1973, a
More recently, a 23-year-old director from New Zealand created a 2012 commercial titled ‘Happiness is in the Air’. It used bouquets of red balloons to bring cans of
In the same year,
Love is in the air
Coca-Cola has launched retail campaigns, commercials and calendars in conjunction with the romantic holiday. But it’s not just on February 14th that Coke shares the love – Jamal Booker,
Coca-Cola Great Britain carried on the tradition last summer with ‘Love Story: the tale of two bottles’. The first-ever ad made from 100% recyclable packaging, the story shows two plastic bottles that fall in love as they meet over and over again as they’re constantly bought, recycled and turned into new bottles.
The Piccadilly Sign:
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