See the Coke Christmas Truck With Free Photo & Coke
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See the Coke Christmas Truck With Free Photo & Coke

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Found 7th Nov 2014
I have to say it "Holidays are coming, holidays are coming!"

Click the link to search using your postcode to see when and where the truck will be stopping near you.

As in previous years, you can have a picture taken for free and cans of coke (usually minis) will be given out.

awww Christmas is coming guys!!

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Damn it 25miles or so away, oh well :-P

Heat

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Huggett93

Damn it 25miles or so away, oh well :-PHeat



Ah that's a shame Bit far for sure!

Not even coming to NI, not fair.

olidays aren't coming to Northern Ireland :-( any wonder Pepsi is growing more and more popular

It's not coming to Scotland's capital either

The Luton stop is near enough for me, but it's on the day of me sis wedding. looks like I need to figure out if London is good for me.
Edited by: "kimplix" 7th Nov 2014

is it me or is it stepping at really odd locations?

the ones in scotland anyway, glasgow i get but then elgin, perth and ayr???

The whole of Berkshire and Oxfordshire has been left out

They seem to be doing fewer locations each year. Dont think i'll be getting my pic this year

heat for awareness

thank you for this.

I'll be seeing it in Ayr and Glasgow this year

Looking forward to Perth (Scotland's newest city!). Finally something on our doorstep.

[quote=madmissi]I'll be seeing it in Ayr and Glasgow this year [/quote
Yes! So happy to see it finally come to ayr

It was Kilmarnock last year ffs, so I welcome Ayr lol.

I live in Cornwall, Looe is an odd choice

.....No pleasing some people.

Is it going to be a proper one or that scannia thing again?

thanks Karri

Awesome more commercialisation to enjoy during this festive period...however 2 kids and a wife that loves £££Mas my hands are tied.

Haven't drank Coke or any of these fizzy drink for some 15yrs. Once they brought in natural flavoured one which did not taste good,... but now the Life is out I wonder shall I try it..... or is it not worth it.


anyway heat for the info OP

NIgelK

I live in Cornwall, Looe is an odd choice


Yes but nice that Looe was chosen over Truro.

Thanks for posting this.

Yay. Queue for ages in the freezing cold to see a lorry.
Sorry, a red lorry. oooooh



Edit: I do apologise, I didn't realise you could also have your photo taken with the lorry......
Edited by: "tapi" 8th Nov 2014

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is it me or is it stepping at really odd locations?the ones in scotland … is it me or is it stepping at really odd locations?the ones in scotland anyway, glasgow i get but then elgin, perth and ayr???



People do live in those towns as well you know. Last year it stopped in Inverness, good to see that they are rotating the cities/towns it stops at.

Nearest to me is 40 odd miles away so I won't be wasting my money on that!!!

Coming to Northampton, daughter works there so will go over.

You know it is Christmas when the Coke lorry comes on the TV adverts.

Love it.

Missed it last year due to illness so hopefully can go this time!

Not coming to Stoke-on-Trent this year :-( I had a pic with the truck last year in Hanley town centre + free can of coke.

So we need the arrival of a lorry from an American multinational with questionable ethics to herald the approach of a Christian religious festival?



Yay Potters field park

ITS A TRUCK!

I'll be there again this year wearing my new favourite t-shirt - direct.asda.com/geo…tml

Am I missing something?

I don't understand why anyone would go out of their way to visit a lorry advertising a soft drink. Most bizarre.

shame my nearest stops are on a sunday and on a school day, boys would've loved this. heat added anyway

I have never seen the truck in real life. Thanks for posting this

Banned

They WERE actually in Northern Ireland last year, it just wasn't announced on their little road map thingy.

I'd keep an eye out, they'll probably be doing something in Belfast again like last year.

Norwich on 21st December. Thanks

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trilogy2k

So we need the arrival of a lorry from an American multinational with … So we need the arrival of a lorry from an American multinational with questionable ethics to herald the approach of a Christian religious festival?



Lol

Right, that's it! I'm not going to buy coca cola because their truck isn't stopping near me, and I hate all the commercialisation of Christmas - now where's my can of Pepsi while I boo hoo my self to distraction and write a letter to Points of View? Honestly (_;)
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