Ever thought about taking your Gran to get a tattoo? Well, neither had Professor Green until he headed down to our pop-up
Located in London’s hipster district, Shoreditch, we invited daring OAPs to get a tattoo on the house to celebrate our ‘First Taste’
The uplifting TV advert sees our 70-something star Mr Hadley sip a
While Queen’s anthemic ‘I want to break free’ spurs him on in the background, Mr Hadley embarks on a series of adventures – including diving into an Olympic size pool, enjoying the Pride Parade, declaring his affection for his long-lost love Alice and getting his very first tattoo!
To encourage others to follow in Mr Hadley’s footsteps we opened up a pop-up
Attendees were greeted by rapper and tattoo-lover Professor Green, as well as his Nanny Pat – who even got an inking of her own.
Professor Green said (unsurprisingly) that it wasn’t an experience he ever expected to have! “I can’t say that I ever imagined being in a tattoo parlour with my nan and her being the one getting inked, even if it is a temporary tattoo. She has always been fearless and a complete legend in my eyes.
“Getting a tattoo has been on her bucket list for a while so thanks to the Coca-Cola Tattoo Studio for making one of her wishes a reality today.”
Aedamar Howlett, Marketing Director for Coca-Cola Great Britain said: “Mr Hadley goes to extreme lengths to try something new, so we thought that the Coca-Cola Tattoo Studio would be the perfect way to reflect that while also giving people the opportunity to tick something off their bucket list. Not only are we offering free permanent tattoos but we’ve also got temporary ones and plenty of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar to go round for those keen to take a less daring approach to trying something new.”
Why not try something new too?
Why not grab a Coca-Cola Zero Sugar or try one of our delicious new flavours: Cherry, Vanilla and Peach? It’s the same great taste as always but without the sugar!
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