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Jermaine Jenas fronts Coke’s new ‘ball games allowed’ drive

There are times (like now) when a visitor from Mars might assume that football was a charity with a game/business attached. Coca-Cola has a long history of supporting football in the UK and now it’s launching ‘Ball Games Allowed,’ an ...

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Coke recycles Cannes winner for new recycling campaign

Coca-Cola is doing its bit for recycling with a poster campaign highlighting recycling bins in Europe. There’s another bit of recycling too, its Cannes Grand Prix winner from 2012, designed by student Jonathan Mak Long for Ogilvy China, then under ...

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Coca-Cola and Premiere League go ‘Where Everyone Plays’

Coca-Cola recently got a kicking from Labour’s deputy leader Tom Watson, who said (at the Advertising Association conference) that the soft drink company should get real and feature hospitalized diabetes patients in its ads, not beautiful, sporty youth. Watson’s right, ...

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Coca-Cola makes first foray into alcopops – in Japan

Coca-Cola is launching its first alcoholic drink, a lemon-flavoured alcopop called Lemondo, but only in Japan (for now) where such things sell by the truckload. So here’a hunky barman actually making one for a geisha-style lady. Coke’s forays outside its ...

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Jonathan Sant of Cubo: why Graham Fink is my ad hero

There are many who can write a more intimate or authoritative account of my hero choice: Graham Fink. After all, he’s not exactly a stranger in the industry. An iconic creative talent who blurs the lines between advertising and art. ...

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Coca-Cola in Greenpeace sights for allegedly wasting Xmas

Coca-Cola is getting a fair bit of stick this Christmas with UK councils and others talking of banning its humungous Christmas trucks, touring the country fully of sugary stuff and, it’s said, targeting poorer areas where kids have bad teeth ...

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