Wednesday, December 04, 2019

Free Admission to the World of Coca-Cola this Sunday! #ad @WorldofCocaCola


This Sunday, Dec. 8, World of Coca-Cola will offer free admission for all guests – for the first time in the attraction’s history. The offer is in celebration of The Coca-Cola Company’s 100th anniversary of becoming a publicly traded company.

On May 8, 1886, the first Coca-Cola was served in Atlanta. Thirty-three years later, in 1919, company made its initial public offering. An original $40 share – along with reinvested dividends – would be worth more than $18 million today. The company has grown with Atlanta, and 16% of shareowners of record live in Georgia.

To celebrate a century as a public company, Coca-Cola is offering free admission at World of Coke on Dec. 8. Guests will also receive a commemorative glass Coca-Cola bottle (see above) while supplies last.

Visitors at World of Coca-Cola can sample more than 100 drinks from around the world, see the vault where Coca-Cola’s secret recipe is guarded and snap photos with the iconic Coca-Cola Polar Bear.

The company is also marking its 100th anniversary on Monday, Dec. 9, by ringing the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.

Friday, November 22, 2019

FIVE WAYS TO SHAKE UP THE SEASON AT WORLD OF COCA-COLA #ad #giveaway



ATLANTA, Nov. 18, 2019 – Today marks the start of a magical holiday season at World of Coca-Cola. From now through Jan. 1, the attraction is festive and bright, including dazzling lights, larger-than-life decorations, signature seasonal beverages and more as part of World of Coca-Cola’s annual celebration.

“World of Coca-Cola is a holiday bucket list item for people of all ages,” said Joanna Hobday, Group Director, Retail Operations and Administration. “We’re thrilled to provide the festive traditions they’ve grown to love as well as new offerings to make this year’s holiday visit full of flavor.”

When visiting the attraction this season, don’t miss these five holiday highlights:

  1. Lights, Camera, Smile: Make a memorable entrance by walking through a 28-foot-tall ornament of holiday lights in Pemberton Place. The outdoor winter wonderland is complete with larger-than-life ornaments and trees wrapped in thousands of lights.

  1. Have a Cup of Cheer: Sip on something magical this holiday season by visiting the Taste It! beverage lounge, where you can enjoy a seasonal favorite like Gingerbread Coke or be among the first to taste Sprite Butter Toffee, a crisp-yet-cozy flavor sure to spark the holiday spirit.

  1. Take a Blast to the Past: Stroll down memory lane when you stop by “A
    Coca-Cola Christmas Celebration,” showcasing historic, seasonal Coke ads and artifacts from around the world. Learn the story of the man in red in the “History of the Coca-Cola Santa” exhibit.

  1. Sleigh the Selfie Game: Guests can climb aboard Santa’s sleigh or steal a bear hug from the 7-foot-tall Coca-Cola Polar Bear. Share pics using #WorldofCocaCola, and you might even see your holiday snap on the attraction’s social channels.

  1. Shop ‘til You Drop: Guests can knock out some holiday shopping during their visit. From apparel, to glassware, to home goods and more, there’s something for everyone on your list. For even more gift ideas, remember to shop online at CokeStore.com for a wide variety of holiday-themed items like ornaments and decorations, and even personalized bottles and clothing to make the holidays extra special.

There’s so much more to see and do at World of Coca-Cola this season – visit and see why the attraction is a holiday tradition for fans near and far.

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About World of Coca-Cola
An integral part of downtown Atlanta’s fabric for more than 25 years, World of Coca‑Cola has welcomed guests from six continents, more than 100 countries, all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. Join over 25 million people who have visited the Atlanta attraction and experience the history of the world's most famous beverage brand at the dynamic, multimedia home of the 133-year-old secret formula for Coca‑Cola. Get closer than ever before to the vault containing the secret recipe, view more than 1,200 historic artifacts and get a behind-the-scenes look at the bottling process. Take a trip around the world in a thrilling 4-D movie experience, take a photo with the Coca-Cola Polar Bear and tempt your taste buds with more than 100 beverages from around the globe.

World of Coca‑Cola is located in Pemberton Place, adjacent to the Georgia Aquarium in downtown Atlanta, and is accessible via the Peachtree Center or CNN/World Congress Center MARTA stations. Consumers with questions may call 1-800-676-COKE or visit our website at www.WorldofCocaCola.com to purchase tickets. Follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/WorldofCocaCola, on Instagram at instagram.com/WorldofCocaCola and on Facebook at facebook.com/WorldofCocaCola.


Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Monday, November 11, 2019

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Veteran's Day events @WorldofCocaCola #VeteransDay #Military #ad #November11



Military Ticket Offer
Military members (active duty, reserves and retirees) can visit World of Coca-Cola free of charge year-round, but Veterans Day is extra special. To show World of Coca-Cola’s gratitude to the men and women who serve our country, the attraction is extending a special offer to their loved ones as well. From Friday, Nov. 1, to Monday, Nov. 11, members of the Armed Forces may purchase up to four half-price general admission tickets for their friends and family to join them in visiting the attraction. Tickets may be purchased with a valid Armed Forces ID card at the attraction’s ticketing windows.

Veterans Day Parade
The 38th Annual Georgia Veterans Day Parade will begin in Downtown Atlanta at 11:11 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 9. The parade will pass directly in front of World of Coca-Cola, where the Reviewing Stand will be located, on Baker Street SE.

Veterans Day Festival
Following the parade, a free Veterans Day Festival will take place from 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. in Pemberton Place near World of Coca-Cola. The festival will feature a variety of exhibitor tents, as well as a performance by the 116th Army Band. The event is free and open to the public.