Coca-Cola Store Orlando opened this weekend at Disney Springs, where guests can experience the world’s most iconic beverage brand at a new immersive retail destination designed to showcase
Here are five highlights:
Modern Nostalgia: Modeled after a 1920s Coca Cola bottling plant, the store brings the past to life in a familiar yet surprising way. An inviting brick exterior gives a nod to the brand’s heritage, and a glass-accented entry pays tribute to the iconic
Sustainability Touches: Upon entering the store, guests will see a 30-ft.-wide blown-glass chandelier crafted from repurposed Coca Cola bottles – just one example of how the unique retail experience was designed with the environment in mind.
A World of Beverage Choices: Thirsty fans can shop refreshed by enjoying an ice-cold
Breathtaking Views: Shoppers can also sip on frozen beverages and select from more than 100 drink choices via Coca Cola Freestyle at the exclusive rooftop beverage bar overlooking the sights of Disney Springs. A selection of specialty adult beverages is available in the evenings.
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“We’ve been a proud partner of The Walt Disney Company since 1942, and both brands hold a special place in people’s hearts and minds," said Stefanie Miller, senior vice president, strategic partnership marketing,
Coca-Cola Store Orlando is located in the Town Center neighborhood of Disney Springs at Walt Disney World Resort. Disney Springs is a one-of-a-kind Disney experience, treating guests by day and night to great dining, shopping and entertainment amid beautiful open-air promenades, flowing springs and waterfront charm.
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