Customers will be the real stars of the Sip. Share. Win! Sweepstakes, which runs through Aug. 1. Through the Shazam app, fans can use their mobile phone to record themselves singing their own unique karaoke video using one of the specially marked Coke cups available at McDonald’s restaurants. They can choose from one of 10 popular song lyrics by top artists from a variety of genres and generations, including “Love You Like a Love Song”, “Girls Just Want to Have Fun”, “Rise Up”, “We Are Family” and more. Everyone will also enjoy watching celebrities such as Alex Morgan, Jamie McMurray, Andra Day, Leslie Grace and Chrisette Michele as they share their Sip. Share. Win! videos and photos later this summer.
Participants can also enter to win by posting a selfie on Twitter or Instagram with a specially marked McDonald’s Coke cupusing the #SipShareWin #Sweepstakes hashtags. One lucky winner will be randomly selected to win a grand prize VIP experience for two at “The Late Late Show with James Corden”, including a trip to L.A., VIP tickets to the show, a year of live music from StubHub and more. Additionally, hundreds of $250 individual StubHub gift codes will be given out during the six-week promotion.
As a way to show appreciation for restaurant employees, one lucky McDonald’s employee and a guest will be randomly selected to win the VIP experience at “The Late Late Show with James Corden”.
During last night’s “Selena Gomez Carpool Karaoke,” Gomez and Corden visited a local McDonald’s drive thru. Watch it here:
Visit www.coke.com/mcdonaldskaraoke for more information about the #SipShareWin #Sweepstakes Summer Beverage promotion.
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