Ever since the "Share a Coke" campaign returned to the U.S. in May, thirsty fans across the U.S. have been clamoring to find their names on bottles of Coca-Cola, Diet Coke or Coke Zero. Some have struck gold, while others have left the store empty-handed.

We're here to help! The campaign, which runs through August, features more names and more packs than last year
. Click here to find out if you made the cut by entering your name in the search field, or scrolling through a seemingly never-ending row of Coke bottles to spot a match. While you’re there, personalize a virtual bottle (or more) to share with friends across Facebook, tumblr, Twitter and Instagram... or order customized 8-oz. bottles (individuals or six-packs) through a new e-commerce feature.

If the name you’re looking for isn’t available in stores,
don't fret. Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and Coke Zero logos are also giving way to group names like “Family” and “Friends” on 1.25- and 2-liter bottles, and 12-oz. cans feature nicknames like “BFF,” “Star,” “Bestie,” “Legend,” “Grillmaster,” “Buddy” and “Wingman.” 
Additionally, “Share a Coke” is touring the nation with more than 600 stops where people can customize Coca-Cola mini cans for themselves and a second mini can for someone special. ShareaCoke.com offers date and location information for the cross-country tour.