1 Dec 2016
With the Holidays are Coming ad on air and the Coca-Cola truck touring the UK, it’s safe to say that the Christmas season is now well and truly underway. As Christmas day draws nearer, Coca-Cola is preparing to embark on the second phase of its festive campaign including the launch of a new TVC.
The next phase of the campaign celebrates the joy of giving over the festive period and spans TV, an on pack promotion, PR and digital.
At the heart of
Discover festive facts about Coca-Cola and Christmas in this interactive infographic.
For many, Coca-Cola is closely associated with the festive season. From the iconic Coca-Cola Christmas truck to our much-loved 'Holidays Are Coming' advert and, of course, our Coca-Cola Santa Claus and polar bear adverts. The history of our seasonal advertising dates back to 1920, and has continued to spread festive cheer across the years to the present day with
There's a new Coca-Cola flavour in town, and Australians will be the first in the world to try it. Coca-Cola Ginger, a limited edition twist on the familiar flavour of Coca-Cola, launches down under...
Designed with curious taste buds in mind, Coca-Cola Ginger came about after researchers spotted a significant trend in the preference of ginger amongst the Australia market.
“Ginger can have warm aromatic notes” said Noemie Livain, brand manager at
Atlanta-based archivist, Justine Fletcher visits London's landmark luxury hotel The Savoy to discover more about its historical link to the iconic Coca-Cola 'Hilltop' advert. Here's what she found...
The iconic Savoy Hotel in London. Imagine a beautifully appointed lobby, stylishly savvy clientele and, believe it or not, an American Bar.
During my recent trip to London, I had the chance to sit down with Susan Scott. Among the many topics we discussed
Find out how 'Holidays Are Coming' to Twitter, as Coca-Cola launch an emoji of their iconic truck for this year's Christmas campaign, following the return of their much-loved TV advert and truck tour.
For the first time ever, the Coca-Cola Christmas truck will be making a virtual visit to fans on Twitter. Each time a user includes the #HolidaysAreComing hashtag in their tweet, they'll see a little emoji of the iconic truck appear at the end. The
Find out the dates and locations of the 2016 Coca-Cola Christmas Truck Tour, which starts on 17th November, visiting 44 locations across the UK. Get a photo with the truck, enjoy our new winter wonderland experience and try a free sample of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar!
For many, Christmas doesn’t start until the Coca-Cola Christmas Truck appears on our television screens and in our towns – it’s arrival signals that the festive season is well and truly underway,
31 Oct 2016
For many, catching a glimpse of the iconic Coca-Cola Christmas truck is a sign that the festive season is well and truly underway.
This year, the Coca-Cola Christmas truck tour will be returning to the UK for the sixth year in a row, spreading festive cheer up and down the country and giving fans the chance to get closer to the magic.
Highlights this Christmas include:
· The truck will embark on a nationwide tour from 17th November, visiting
Archivist Justine Fletcher got more than she bargained for, when a trip to London took her on a 200-hundred-year (and then some) journey through the history of Schweppes, one of Coca-Cola GB's oldest brands. Find out how the tonic came to be, and what ‘Schweppshire’, ‘Schweppsylvania’ and ‘Schweppervescence’ really mean...
This summer I travelled to the UK to help out with their Coca-Cola Collectors Fair, where I’d hoped to spend some of my free
There is no Pantone colour for Coca-Cola red, but when you see it, you know it. So how did red become so synonymous with Coca-Cola?
“It goes all the way back to the beginnings,” says Coca-Cola Archivist Ted Ryan.
Coca-Cola inventor Dr. John Pemberton’s bookkeeper and partner, Frank Robinson, initially suggested the name Coca-Cola and crafted the iconic Spenserian-script logo. Robinson liked the contrast of red
Sleek designer bottles, classic vintage cans, unique artwork and retro merchandise. The Coca-Cola Collectors Fair in London is a cornucopia of Coke memorabilia, bringing together collectors and fans from all over the world to share their love of Coca-Cola.
Wandering through the Coca-Cola Collectors Fair in London, you can’t help but stop and admire the incredible diversity of the pieces on display, including: bottles, cans, keyrings, playing cards,