A drinkable advertising creates the illusion that you actually taste the campaign and that’s why they collaborated with Shazam, helping the audience enjoy a Coke Zero with the help of technology. By “Shazaming” the ad, viewers see Coke Zero pouring in the screen of their smartphones, filling a glass, which ends up into an actual free Coke Zero that can be redeemed on big retail stores across the US.
FIFA’s decision to hold the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is drawing more and more criticism as more and more allegations of everything from bribery and financial mismanagement to slavery and deadly work conditions pile up. 900 workers have died during construction for the Qatar world cup, and some estimate that this number will rise to 4,000 before they’re finished. A few people have begun drawing and sharing anti-advertisements featuring major sponsors that continue to support the World Cup. Take a look!
The secret formula
A shocker of a video that reveals another unknown fact about coke upon mixing it with milk! You might want to reconsider consuming coke after watching this experiment because it represents how the drink might react with the calcium in your bones as coke has a capacity to give you serious conditions like osteoporosis!
Rejoice, happy-go-lucky and environmentally conscious Coca-Cola lovers. Thanks to this new “2nd Lives” kit from the brand, you can now transform your Coke into something even more delightful. Is that just an empty soda bottle? Nope, it’s a squirt gun. Useless piece of trash? Nope, it’s a pencil sharpener, or the perfect rattle for your … Continue reading Coca-Cola Invents 16 Crazy Caps to Turn Empty Bottles Into Useful Objects
Coca Cola designed a new kind of bottle that can only be opened by twisting two bottles together — helping strangers be friends on first day of college!
Here’s your chance to create music for the love of football. Coca-Cola Nepal kicks off music contest to create a Nepali version of the official Coca-Cola anthem for the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour- ‘The World is Ours’, teaming up with the band 1974 AD.
Coca-Cola in Nepal, today released the official Coca-Cola Anthem of the FIFA World Cup 2014. Titled ‘The World is Ours’ –the anthem brings the music of Brazil to the world and captures the local rhythms of samba, ballet funk and techno brega featuring vocals from Brazilian born singer David Correy and sounds from Monobloco, a Brazilian street band.