Sunday, July 31, 2016

Coca-Cola Dubrovnik Aluminum Bottle Croatia 2016












Coca Cola Designs a Special Bottle Dedicated to Dubrovnik!


Limited edition bottles with the outlines of Rome, London, and our very own Dubrovnik will be available in shops and cafes in the first week of July.

This summer, you will be able to take a piece of Dubrovnik home with you in a form of a brand new Coca-Cola bottle. Specially designed bottles of one of the world’s most recognizable soft drinks include the outline of Dubrovnik was officially presented in Lazareti on June 27, 2016.

Along with Dubrovnik, two other cities will have their own bottle – Rome and London while Paris and Venice, though they both took part in the competition, did not make the final cut.

Mayor of Dubrovnik Andro Vlahusic did not try to hide his excitement with the latest recognition of Dubrovnik: “This gift is symbolic but also beautiful. Just because something is not grandiose doesn’t mean it cannot be beautiful. Just like Coca Cola doesn’t come in a 5-litre bottle, Dubrovnik is not a city with 5 million residents. We consider Coca-Cola to be our long term partner and Dubrovnik deserves to partner with the world’s largest brands” he said, thinking the representatives of Coca-Cola Croatia on their hard work over the last few years in order to convince the central office in Atlanta to select Dubrovnik as one of the cities in their latest campaign.

Regional sales manager Jaksa Maganic was also happy with the cooperation and the fact that the city of Dubrovnik recognized this project and supported it: “We connected one of the most recognizable brands in the world and one of the greatest symbols of Croatia. We are now rubbing shoulders with Rome and London” he said and reminded everyone at the presentation that this is not the first time Dubrovnik and Coca Cola are connected: “15 years ago, Coca Cola’s glass bottle had a label that was designed by Dubrovnik designers, and a percentage of sales was donated to refurbish Knezev Dvor”. “

New limited edition bottles with the outline of Dubrovnik will be available in souvenir shops and cafes in Dubrovnik as of July 1, 2016. 







Dubrovnik has a new fountain! Actually, it has a replica of Onofrio's fountain made by 2,500 empty Coca-Cola bottles. After making Coca-Cola bottles with the image of Dubrovnik on them, this project connects Dubrovnik and Coca-Cola even more. The idea is that citizens and tourists colour the bottles and make the fountain creative and artistic.

The Mayor of Dubrovnik, Andro Vlahusic said that Dubrovnik is currently in the process of 'hyper branding'.

- If you think about a drink, you think about Coca-Cola, if you think about a hero, you think about Robin Hood, if you think about an airline, you think about Turkish airlines, if you think about a football club, you think about Real Madrid – said the mayor, alluding that Dubrovnik has it all. He thanked Coca-Cola for recognizing the value of Dubrovnik.

Jaksa Maganic, the sales manager for this region, Coca - Cola HBC Croatia, said that this is the new idea that should connect Dubrovnik and Coca-Cola even more.

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Monday, July 25, 2016

Coca-Cola UEFA Eurocup Aluminum Bottle Albania 2016






The Flag of Albania is a red flag with a silhouetted black double-headed eagle in the center. The red stands for bravery, strength and valor, while the double-headed eagle represents the sovereign state of Albania located in the Balkans.

This bottle was not-for-sale item in any supermarket, it was available at Venue Club in the capital of Albania.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Coca-Cola National Flower Chamomile in Khokhloma Style Aluminum Bottle 2016 Russia




The national flower of Russia is Chamomile also known as Camomile. Its name comes from Greek “Chamaimēlon”  which literally means “earth apple”, indicating that the flower was well known in the ancient Europe. Although indigenous to the west Asian region, this beautiful and astonishing flower is cultivated and naturally found all over the vast Russian territory. White petals of Chamomile surround the beautiful yellow center or core of the flower giving the Chamomile plant a stunning look which really makes it famous and loved among the flower lovers.

The design inside the iconic Coke bottle shape was inspired by traditional Russian Khokhloma* patterns 

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Coca-Cola UEFA Eurocup Aluminum Bottle Russia 2016






The flag of Russia is a tricolor flag consisting of three equal horizontal fields: white on the top, blue in the middle and red on the bottom. The flag was first used as an ensign for Russian merchant ships and became official as the flag of the Tsardom of Russia in 1696. It remained in use until the establishment of the Russian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic in 1917. It was re-introduced as the flag of the Russian Federation in 1991.





Coca-Cola Rio Olympic Aluminum Bottle Japan 2016










Coca-Cola Taste The Feeling Aluminum Bottle Russia 2016











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Thursday, July 7, 2016

Coca-Cola UEFA Eurocup 1st Twist Cap Aluminum Bottle 2016 France









The national flag of France is a tricolour flag featuring three vertical bands coloured blue (hoist side), white, and red. It is known to English speakers as the French Tricolour or simply the Tricolour (French: Tricolore).

The royal government used many flags, the best known being a blue shield and gold fleur-de-lis (the Royal Arms of France) on a white background, or state flag. Early in the French Revolution, the Paris militia, which played a prominent role in the storming of the Bastille, wore a cockade of blue and red,[citation needed] the city's traditional colours. According to Lafayette, white, the "ancient French colour", was added to the militia cockade to create a tricolour, or national, cockade.[1] This cockade became part of the uniform of the National Guard, which succeeded the militia and was commanded by Lafayette.[citation needed] The colours and design of the cockade are the basis of the Tricolour flag, adopted in 1790.[citation needed] The only difference was that the 1790 flag's colours were reversed. A modified design by Jacques-Louis David was adopted in 1794. The royal white flag was used during the Bourbon restoration from 1815 to 1830; the tricolour was brought back into use after the July Revolution and has been used ever since 1830.