Coca-Cola truck to visit Perth this month

Coca-Cola truck to visit Perth this month, after hoax page fools thousands of coca-cola lovers.

Coca-Cola truck to visit Perth this month, after hoax page fools thousands of coca-cola lovers.

Last week we had posted that a hoax Facebook page was circulating, while this still remains true, the actual truck is visiting our city this month. Make sure you are free on the 29th of November, between 12:00pm- 8.00pm on King Edwards Street.

To many of us, the sight of Coca-Cola’s iconic ‘Holidays Are Coming’ advert signifies the start of the Christmas season. Soon, people across the nation can be set for even more festive joy as the unmistakable Coca-Cola Christmas truck makes a return, embarking on a nationwide tour starting on 28th November.

Stopping at 45 locations up and down the country, the iconic Coca-Cola truck will give fans the opportunity to take part in a unique experience by getting up close and personal to the famous vehicle. On each stop, people have the chance to take pictures with the truck as it lights up (just like the advert), whilst enjoying a snowy winter wonderland setting and a refreshing Coca-Cola or Diet Coke as a choir sings Christmas hits.

Coca-Cola believes in the importance of giving a little happiness over the festive season, so alongside the highly anticipated ‘Holidays Are Coming’ advert, this year Coca-Cola will launch a new TV advert ‘Give a Little Happiness.’

People around the UK can also expect to receive more happiness, with the launch of limited edition Christmas glass ‘ribbon’ bottles – with a clever label that can transform into a gorgeous Christmas bow – available online and in-store at Selfridges. ‘Share a Coke with…’ reindeer bottles will also be available on 500ml bottles featuring the names of our favourite reindeers, including Rudolph, Dancer and Blitzen.

Bobby Brittain, GB marketing strategy and activation director for Coca-Cola says, “Every year the support for our ‘Holidays Are Coming’ advert enables us to deliver a truly exceptional experience to people across the UK. This year is no exception. As we help celebrate the lead up to Christmas, we’re looking forward to being able to give a little happiness to people around the UK.”

In 2013, fans were keen to check out the route of Coca-Cola’s Truck Tour as its website received nearly two million hits. 200,000 people appeared in the photos taken from the visits and throughout the Christmas campaign, festive cheer was shared 57 million times using #HolidaysAreComing.

Ever since the Coca-Cola Christmas truck first appeared on screens in November 1995, it has become a regular feature of festive TV schedules in more than 100 different countries. It is universally recognised as a personal countdown to Christmas.

Full locations below:

Elgin – 28th Nov

Trafford Centre, Manchester – 28th Nov

Perth – 29th Nov

Preston – 29th Nov

Ayr – 30th Nov

Manchester – 30th Nov

Glasgow – 1st Dec

Sheffield – 1st Dec

Penrith – 3rd Dec

Liverpool – 3rd Dec

Morecambe – 4th Dec

Caernarfon – 4th Dec

Middlesborough – 5th Dec

Wrexham – 5th Dec

Gateshead – 6th Dec

Newtown – 6th Dec

Scarborough – 7th Dec

Swansea – 7th Dec

Hull – 8th Dec

Cardiff – 9th Dec

Lincoln – 10th Dec

Bristol – 10th Dec

Grimsby – 11th Dec

Birmingham – 11th Dec

Leeds – 12th Dec

Gloucester – 12th Dec

Huddersfield – 13th Dec

Swindon – 13th Dec

Derby – 14th Dec

Glastonbury – 14th Dec

Coventry – 15th Dec

Looe – 15th Dec

Northampton – 17th Dec

Torquay  – 17th Dec

Milton Keynes – 18th Dec

Poole – 18th Dec

Luton – 19th Dec

Havant – 19th Dec

Potters Fields Park, London – 20th Dec

Burgess Hill – 20th Dec

Norwich – 21st Dec

Thanet – 21st Dec

Clacton-on-Sea – 22nd Dec

Bishops Square, London – 22nd Dec

Wembley, London – 23rd Dec

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