Coca-Cola fans, it's time to clear out some space in your closet to make room for a Share a Coke® t-shirt.
With four designs to choose from, including the iconic contour bottle and the Coca-Cola ribbon, there’s a shirt for everyone. And now you can express your brand love by personalizing your very own... or a gift for someone special.
Click over to ShareaCoke.com to personalize and order a t-shirt, and for a limited time get a free personalized
The most-followed celebrity on Instagram now has the most-liked photo on the popular social network. A Selena Gomez photo taken for the “Share a Coke and a Song” campaign and posted to the pop star’s Instagram account has garnered more than 4 million likes since June 25.
The photo, shot in April in Los Angeles by noted fashion photographer Guy Aroch, shows the Coca-Cola ambassador sipping on a red-and-white straw from a glass bottle of Coca-Cola
They had done it before, using their design talents to elevate the "Share a Coke" campaign to a visual success. Now came the campaign’s next iteration – "Share a Coke and a Song" – and a new host of challenges for Coca-Cola Design.
How, the team tasked itself, could it make music come alive on Coke cans and packaging?
For inspiration, they dug deep into Coca-Cola’s heritage and all things music, commissioned a world-renowned
“Share a Coke” is signing a new tune this summer with a first-of-its-kind campaign featuring song lyrics on limited-edition packaging. We caught up with Coca-Cola Music to learn how they sourced, selected and secured the 75 genre-spanning lyrics found on bottles and cans of Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coke Zero and Coca-Cola Life.
The process started last July, when the team briefed music agency Cornerstone on the “Share a Coke and a Song” concept, which
McDonald’s and Coca-Cola are teaming up to get America singing their favorite summer songs for the chance to win a VIP experience at “The Late Late Show with James Corden” in L.A. or one of hundreds of $250 StubHub gift codes.
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
Pop star and “Share a Coke and a Song” ambassador Selena Gomez stopped by Coca-Cola HQ ahead of her June 9 Atlanta tour stop. The 23-year-old singer documented her tour of the Coke archives on social media, posting photos and video snippets to her Instagram account.
“No big deal... just in the Coke offices,” she says in one clip with a smile as she walks past a life-sized cardboard cutout of herself. Watch it here.
Lyrics from two Gomez songs, “Love
It all started with a tweet. This tweet to be exact.
A tweet that ignited an ever-lasting love affair between Coca-Cola Music and independent husband and wife music duo, High Dive Heart.
A tweet that led to many more tweets, a music video, fan Periscopes, a Spotify playlist and yes, that on-going love affair between Coca-Cola Music and the two love birds that make up High Dive Heart, Jason Reeves and Nelly Joy. So back to the infamous 140 character
Passengers at two of the country’s busiest airports found common ground during one of the year’s busiest travel weekends, thanks to Southwest Airlines and Coca-Cola.
The two brands brought strangers together virtually via paired co-branded “Nonstop Music Moments” vending machines installed at Dallas Love Field and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport over Memorial Day Weekend. Travelers in each location were encouraged to step up to the
In a nod to nostalgia and patriotic pride, Coca-Cola this weekend kicks off a flurry of events that pay tribute to the nation’s Armed Forces members and the USO’s 75th anniversary (which also marks the 75th anniversary of the company’s partnership with the USO).
The activities begin this Memorial Day weekend at the Coca-Cola 600. The USO has launched a heartfelt campaign – “Campaign to Connect” – to show service members how much Americans support
‘I’ll Rise’: Andra Day, Coca-Cola and McDonald’s Team Up With SHAZAM To Present New Visual-Recognition Technology For Content Distribution
Coca-Cola and McDonald's today launched the Rise Up ESSENCE® Festival program, a first-of-its-kind collaboration featuring Grammy-nominated artist Andra Day and the lyrics of her hit single, "Rise Up" on close to 40 million Coca-Cola cups in select McDonald’s restaurants across the U.S.