Sharing an icy-cold Coke with mates on a hot summers day is one of life’s greatest pleasures, so it’s no surprise that
And if you’ve got a telly chances are you’ve seen a Coke ad. You may even have a sneaky favourite.
We take a look at some of the most memorable summer campaigns from here and around the world.
Share a Coke
Go to the shops find your name (or one of your mates’ names) on a Coke bottle or can and enjoy. Sounds easy? It was.
The idea was simple – put 150 of Australia’s most popular names on the front of millions of
The campaign started a frenzy. Aussies scrambled to find their friends names, lined up for hours to get names printed on mini cans and sparked social media conversations that took the message international.
It was the first time in it’s 125-year history that
Colours of Summer
Another change to the packaging came in the summer of 2014, when
The Colours of Summer were available in blue, lime green, pink, purple and orange 250ml cans and were a bold statement of self-expression, wrapped up in some colourful summer packaging.
Coke Come Alive
What do Troye Sivan, Cody Simpson, Tigerlily, and colour-changing labels all have in common? Aside from being awesome, they all played a big part in
“Out of the fridge, when the drinks are at room temperature, the packaging will look as normal,” says Danielle Johnson, Marketing Communications Consultant,
“There’s nothing like a cool, refreshing drink on a hot summer’s day, so we set the point of colour change to reflect this optimal state of consumption.” says Danielle.
For most of us, summer is the longest holiday of the year, a time for hanging out with mates and making epic memories that last a lifetime. With that thought front of mind,
Great memories are the result of great opportunities, so it was important that the Epic Summer prizes live up to those expectations, and they absolutely did.
Bragging rights? Naturally. But even better, it’s all for sharing with your friends.
With a history of campaigns this good, the bar for the Summer of 2019 has been set pretty high.