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December 11, 2010 by staff
My Coke Rewards, It glows! It glows! It glows! Coca-Cola Holiday Caravan, illuminated by 25,000 lights red and white sparks rolled in Stone Mountain to spread the holiday spirit during his visit metro Atlanta for 15 days.
The caravan was in town to celebrate the national partnership with Coca-Cola Toys for Tots drive with a gift. Coca-Cola also has donated $ 20,000 and a PlayStation ® 3 and PlayStation ® motion controller to move the Atlanta Toys for Tots chapter in the context of comprehensive national and 125,000 donations to help provide toys for children disadvantaged in eight cities across the country.
People from across metro Atlanta entered the wonderful world of holiday, with decorated trees and holiday music, to make gifts for Toys for Tots and donate my Coke reward points to Toys for Tots. Dozens of local residents have helped make you Santa’s sleigh was filled to the brim by donating toys to children in need.
In addition, Coca-Cola will randomly select an individual who donates My Coke Rewards points or unwrapped toy at the event Stone Mountain Caravan receive a PlayStation ® 3 and PlayStation ® Move motion controller. PlayStation ® kiosk was assessed on site for demonstrations.
Among the special guests attending the celebration on December 8 Caravan included Georgia, DeKalb County and Stone Mountain officials and community leaders: DeKalb Chamber of Commerce President Leonardo McClarty, Senator Gloria Butler (D-Stone Mountain), Dr. Pam talks about the DeKalb County School Board, Stone Mountain Councilmembers Richard Mailman and Cyril Mungal, John Evans, president of the DeKalb NAACP, Burke Brennan, acting chief of DeKalb County Communications Director Kathy district registry office Congress Hank Johnson, and others.
“The Coca-Cola Holiday Caravan gives community members an opportunity to celebrate the spirit of giving and help brighten the holidays for families in need,” said Karyn Hume, vice president of sales, Coca-Cola Refreshments, who presented the check to Atlanta Toys for Tots Barrett Edward Master Sergeant. “It is a place where families and friends can open Happiness and enjoy the magic of the holiday season together.”
Caravan visitors had the opportunity to share their vacation with lists and photos with Santa broken Father Christmas. They were also invited to send a greeting to Santa’s workshop by dropping it in the outpost of the North Pole located at the Caravan.
For anyone who has not visited the Caravan, Coca-Cola is the start of the fourth year of its partnership with Toys for Tots drive with a donation online MyCokeRewards.com. The program promotes the magic of giving by encouraging people to donate their points My Coke Rewards to generate donations for underprivileged children.
Participating is easy for anyone, anywhere. From now until the end of the year, My Coke Rewards points found under caps and on packaging of Coca-Cola over 60 can be donated to Toys for Tots to www.mycokerewards.com. As the donations accumulate, Toys for Tots will redeem the points for a variety of gifts. With a goal of raising five million items, the program will allow Toys for Tots to thousands of gifts in the hands of children and adolescents in need this year.
Coca-Cola Holiday Caravan
Coca-Cola Holiday Caravan is a 18-wheel semi-trailer with a 64-foot long, a trailer 13 feet high entirely lit by sparkling red and white lights. Red cabin, described in glowing red and white lights, pulls the trailer, which includes the smiling likeness of Santa Coca-Cola. A festive holiday scene moves inside the trailer and assembled in local events to add to the joy. The image of Santa decorating the trailer is a reproduction of one of oil paintings produced by artist Haddon Sundblom timeless. In 1931, Sundblom was commissioned by Coca-Cola to illustrate the image of Santa Claus for an advertising campaign in magazines. Its distinctive interpretation of St. Nick portrays a cheerful man with rosy cheeks, a fluffy white beard and red suit with a wide black belt. Since that time, the Santa Coca-Cola has become a universal image of Father Christmas and Christmas Coca-Cola is recognized around the world.
Coca-Cola and the Holidays
Coca-Cola also brings the joy of the holiday for people across the country in a number of other ways this season, including:
Holiday Shopping – Refreshing a holiday tradition campaigns convincing, The Coca-Cola introduced a new global television commercial holiday that will be aired in over 90 countries worldwide. The commercial, titled “Snow Globe,” features iconic images of holiday Coca-Cola, including Santa, Coca-Cola trucks Vacation Delivery Caravan and Coca-Cola Polar Bear and a new song “Shake It up Christmas,” written and directed by Train Grammy Award-winning band. The place has several vignettes of persons living in a snow globe on the desk of Father Christmas, who feel separated from their friends and family. While taking a break to enjoy a Coca-Cola, Santa Claus was inspired to collect the snow globe and gently tilt it, creating a chain of events that brings together individuals solitary with their friends and family.
Holiday Packaging – Coca-Cola multi-packs, cans and 2 liter bottles to carry the theme introduced by the new holiday business by taking over an image of Santa enjoying a bottle of Coca-Cola the inside a snow globe. In addition, several brands Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, including caffeine-free Diet Coke, Sprite, Sprite Zero and Coca-Cola Zero celebrate the season with festive images of snowflakes or trees evergreen. Packaging, including instructions on how people can earn PlayStation ® 3 and PlayStation ® Move motion controllers through My Coke Rewards is currently available in stores.
Special offers – in some markets in the county, special holiday shows Coca-Cola will be supplied with free coupon books. These booklets feature valuable coupons for major holiday meal items from brands like Campbell, Hidden Valley, Pepperidge Farm and Coca-Cola. The screens were installed in early November, and the coupons will expire on January 15.
About The Foundation for Tots Marine Toys
Toys for Tots, a 63-year charitable program run by the National Marine Corps Reserve, provide happiness and hope to economically disadvantaged children during each Christmas season. Toys, books and other gifts collected and distributed by the Marines offer these children recognition, confidence and good memories for a lifetime. It is these experiences that help children become responsible citizens and caring members of their community. Last year, the Marine Corps fulfilled the hopes and dreams of 7.4 million holidays for disadvantaged children in nearly 700 communities across the country. For more information, visit www.toysfortots.org.
About My Coke Rewards
With over 15 million registered members, www.mycokerewards.com is one of the best sites consumer packaged goods loyalty and website number one beverage in the American Coke Rewards My help consumers find a lot large and small that put a smile on their faces every time they enjoy a Coca-Cola. Consumers can join My Coke Rewards by going online and creating a premium account to www.mycokerewards.com. Members then earn points by entering the My Coke Rewards codes found under the cap or flap inside the fridge packs of one hundred participants Coca-Cola in a variety of brands and sizes. My Coke Rewards codes can also be found on bonus offers on mugs, scratch cards and coupons. Members then easily swap cons rewards for great prizes and gifts, participate in contests or giving points to the local school, favorite charity or cause. Since its inception in 2006, My Coke Rewards members seized over a billion codes of participating brands.
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