How about a Coke bottle with your name on it? For the first time, Coke is replacing its iconic logo with 250 popular names. From Aaron to Zach, head to shareacoke.com to see if your name is among those selected. Then you can try to track down a limited-edition 20-ounce bottle of Coke, Diet Coke or Coke Zero with your name on it.
Personalized Coke labels on cans and 591 mL bottles have already begun appearing on Coca-Cola shelves across North America. The “Coke” wordmark has been replaced with one of 250 popular names.
The new Share a Coke bottles are available at stores nationwide. And if you can’t find your name, Coca-Cola will be making customized mini-cans of Coke on its traveling kiosk during a 500-stop tour around the country this summer.
By observing the patent statement embossed just beneath the name “Coca-Cola” on the side of any contour Coke that is not a painted label bottle, one may quickly begin to date that bottle as being from one of the following five broad time periods. · U.S. Pat. Office, 6-1/2 oz. (Embossed on Coke bottles issued 1958-1965.)
What are the nicknames on a coke bottle?
Some 1.25- and 2-liter bottles will have the words “family” or “friends” on them and 12-ounce cans will feature nicknames such as BFF, Star, Bestie, Legend, Grillmaster, Buddy and Wingman. The new Share a Coke bottles are available at stores nationwide.
For the first time, the beverage company has replaced the logo on some of its 20-ounce bottles with 250 of the most popular names among teens and millennials as part of a “Share a Coke” summer campaign.
And if you can’t find your name, Coca-Cola will be making customized mini-cans of Coke on its traveling kiosk during a 500-stop tour around the country this summer. If all else fails, you can still get your name on a bottle of Jones soda, or a pack of M&Ms, for the narcissist in all of us.
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