Coca-Cola truck tour in Coventry today 8th December 2022
So when is the Coca-Cola truck tour visiting Coventry? Revealed on their website this week, Coca-Cola’s monster truck will stop at Coventry on December 8, 2022.
Coventry Details : 8th December from 11.30am at the Brewers Fayre Cross Point Business Park, Gielgud Way, Coventry CV2 2SZ
Youtube : COCA-COLA TRUCK VISITING COVENTRY 8th December 2022
Brewers Fayre website details : https://www.brewersfayre.co.uk/en-gb/locations/west-midlands/cross-point
Visit today. You may get a Free Coca-Cola, a Elfie Selfie, opportunity to buy personalised Coca-Cola products, photos by the famous truck. It’s happening today at Brewers Fayre Cross Point Business Park, Gielgud Way, Coventry CV2 2SZ
Coca-Cola is bringing the magic of Christmas to the whole country with its Christmas Truck Tour. This year the Coca-Cola truck will visit Bluewater Kent, Beckton, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Bristol, Bradford, Cardiff, Leeds, Wolverhampton and Coventry.
When is the coca-cola truck tour visiting coventry? : New dates now include Coventry
Coventry will have the iconic Coca-Cola truck visit on 8th December at the Brewers Fayre Cross Point Business Park, Gielgud Way, Coventry CV2 2SZ.
Neighbouring cities of Birmingham, Leicester, Derby, Nottingham, Northampton and Oxford miss out on this years schedule. But Coventry and Wolverhampton are on the list for 8th December 2022. The full schedule is :
Kent / Bluewater
When: 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. on November 25, 2022 (closing time is based on demand)
Where: Bluewater, DA9 9ST
When: November 26 and 27, 2022, at 11:30 a.m.
Where: E6 6JF Sainsbury’s
When: November 29th, 2022
Where: PA3 3FE Green King Paisley
When: 1st December 2022
Where: Wembley Park, Olympic Way, and Wembley
When: 2nd December 2022
Where: M11 4BD, ASDA Eastlands
When: 3rd December 2022
Where: BS34 5DG Cribbs Causeway
When: 3rd December 2022
Where: BD10 8EG, Morrisons
When: December 4th, 2022
Where: St. David’s Center, CF10 2EF
When: December 4th, 2022
Where: Morley ASDA (LS27 0BP)
Date: December 8, 2022
Where: WV3 0NL Market Square
Date: December 8, 2022
Where: Brewers Fayre Cross Point Business Park, Gielgud Way, Coventry CV2 2SZ.
The anticipated tour will bring a magical moment of holiday fun.
Coca-Cola will raise money for FareShare, the UK’s largest charity fighting hunger and food waste.
Coca-Cola Great Britain will give the equivalent of up to 100,000 meals to people in need during the holiday season. The theme for the event is “Your Presence is Your Present.” Coca-Cola Great Britain will pay for one meal for a person in need for every person who goes to the Coca-Cola Truck Tour. Coca-Cola Euro pacific Partners has already given FareShare the equivalent of 100,000 meals to get things started. Their goal is to give the equivalent of 200,000 meals in total.
FareShare’s CEO, Lindsay Boswell, said, “We are so grateful to Coca-Cola for their help. Their donation will help us get more ready-to-eat food to people in the UK who are struggling the most because of the rising cost of living. We hope as many people as possible come to the Coca-Cola Truck Tour this Christmas so we can give more food to people who need it during what are hard times for many.”
This year’s tour offer a magical “winter market” setting and fun activities for everyone. This year’s sparkling Christmas experience also has fun things to do, like elfie selfies that will make you laugh and QR codes that will let you play a bunch of interactive games. There will also be food huts that will serve delicious holiday foods. Visitors will also be able to buy Coca-Cola Zero Sugar and Coca-Cola Original Taste and have them engraved with their name or a short phrase, making them the perfect gift for a loved one or special keepsake.
The Coca-Cola Christmas Truck and the first airing of the “Holidays Are Coming” commercial later in November are often seen as the official start of the Christmas season.
Laura Moon, Senior Brand Manager at The Coca-Cola Company in Great Britain, said, “Christmas and Coca-Cola have always gone together, especially with the famous Truck Tour and Holidays Are Coming ad. This year, people need the magic of Christmas more than ever, so we’re excited to bring our famous truck tour back to fans all over the country.
“We’re also very happy to keep working with FareShare. For every person who comes to the Truck Tour, we’ll give the equivalent of a meal to those who need it most this holiday season.”
Those who can’t visit the Coca-Cola Christmas Truck in person will be able to scan QR codes on Coca-Cola Zero Sugar and Coca-Cola Original Taste packages starting on November 21 for the chance to win 1,000s of holiday gifts, including pre-loaded £200 “Festive Feast” gift cards. Coca-Christmas Cola’s campaign, “Christmas Always Finds a Way,” is supported by the on-pack promotion. The goal is to give winners something special to add to their Christmas this year.
Coca-Cola is working with the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and NaviLens
For the first time on a pilot project to make its packaging easier for blind and partially sighted people to use. This Christmas, promotional 24- and 30-packs of Coca-Cola will come with NaviLens technology. This makes it easy for a smartphone to read a unique code on the package and read labelling information to shoppers. This lets people who are blind get the important information they need to shop on their own and with confidence.
Marc Powell, the Accessibility Innovation Lead at RNIB, said, “It’s great to see that one of the biggest brands in the world is promoting accessibility as a way to improve the customer experience for blind and partially sighted people.
“People who are blind or visually impaired should have the same choices and access as those who can see. However, important information on packaging is often written in very small print, which makes it hard or impossible for us to read. Technology like NaviLens is a game-changer because it lets blind or partially sighted people read important information on packaging on their own.
“This pilot with Coca-Cola, which was the first beverage company to launch NaviLens on packs, shows how big brands can put accessibility at the forefront of design and packaging decisions and be a real force for change.”
In the weeks leading up to Christmas, there will be a lot of exciting Truck Tour stops. Fans of the CocaCola Christmas Truck can keep up with the schedule by following @CocaColaEU (Instagram) and @CocaCola GB (Twitter). These announcements will be made over the next few weeks (Twitter).
About Coca-Cola in the UK
CocaCola Great Britain is in charge of marketing more than 80 products from 20 different brands to people all over Great Britain. Coca-Cola is one of the most valuable and well-known brands in the world. Their product line also includes Fanta, Sprite, Dr. Pepper, Oasis, glaceau smartwater, Schweppes, Appletizer, and Diet Coke.
All of Coca-Cola Great Britain’s drink packaging is 100% recyclable, and by 2020, the core range will have 50% recycled plastic in its bottles, which is twice as much as it had in 2010.
Coca-Cola and FARESHARE
FareShare is the biggest charity in the UK that works to fight hunger and waste food. We take good-to-eat food left over from the food industry, sort it in our regional warehouses across the UK, and give it to a network of nearly 9,500 charities and community groups. Some of these are food banks and pantries, shelters, community centres, lunch clubs for older people, school clubs, and hospices. Three out of every four of the groups we give food to help children and families. During the last financial year, 2021-22, FareShare redistributed the equivalent of nearly 130 million meals, or 4 meals every second.
For each person who visits the Coca-Cola Christmas Truck Tour, a donation of 25p is made. Each person can only make one visit, so they can only give 25p once. The most you can give is £25,000 (100,000 meals). FareShare is an English charity with the number 1100051.
Coca-Cola and RNIB
The Royal National Institute of Blind People is who we are (RNIB).
Someone in the UK starts to lose their sight every six minutes. RNIB is fighting against exclusion, inequality, and isolation so that people with sight loss can live full lives in a world without barriers. A different world where people who are blind or partially sighted are valued for who they are, not for what they have overcome.
Visit www.rnib.org.uk or call the RNIB Helpline at 0303 123 9999.
Big brands start their multi-million pound marketing campaigns in the run-up to Christmas. Started by Cadbury and their secret Santa posters in November, followed by the large number of expensive TV adverts from multiple retailers. Coca-Cola has frequently spent big bucks on their festive truck tour which has now become a permanent fixture in the Christmas calendar.
When is the Coca-Cola truck tour visiting Coventry?
Coca-Cola’s monster truck will stop at Coventry on December 8, 2022.
Brewers Fayre Cross Point Business Park, Gielgud Way, Coventry CV2 2SZ.
Coca-Cola truck 2022 is COMING!!— JD & Ro-Ho-Ho-Hoisin 🎅 (@jdfreeradio) December 6, 2022
Only two Midland cities have been confirmed as stop off points!
Thursday December 8th #COVENTRY – Brewers Fayre, Gielgud Road, Walsgrave (CV2 2SZ) from 11.30am
and#WOLVERHAMPTON – Market Square, Wolverhampton,
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