Coca-Cola Light: The Return of Love

In 2009 Coca-Cola Light was taken out of the Brazilian market. But even after its five year absence, 99% of the Brazilians still had the brand in their minds. So for their 2014 relaunch they identified 150 influencers that were also real Coca-Cola Light lovers. Then a special handmade suitcase was delivered to each one of them. The suitcase contained a personal letter with the relaunch news and a ritual to send the Coca-Cola Light cans to special friends with their names handwritten on it. The results…

Coca-Cola Interactive Mini Bottles

Coca-Cola has recently launched 20 special edition mini bottles to get fans around the world excited about the upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup, which will take place in Brazil from June 12th to July 13th.

The bottles come wrapped in flags of countries that have hosted the World Cup previously i.e. Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Mexico, USA, England, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, South Africa, Japan and South Korea, as well as the three upcoming host countries Brazil, Russia and Qatar – plus two special Coca-Cola editions.

Coca-Cola fans can also create and send special messages and avatars to other bottle owners through Facebook and iPhone or Android apps. In addition, special markers on the bottles activate augmented reality animations when held up to a smartphone camera.

Coke Happiness Refill

For teens, happiness is being connected. Using this insight Coca-Cola in Brazil created a beachfront store on the Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro where a never seen before soda machine was installed.

Using an exclusive Coca-Cola mobile browser, young emerging middle-class consumers who love their mobile phones but cannot afford a generous data plan could simply goto the soda machine and receive credits for free internet on their mobile. 😎

This soda machine joins the growing number of “Happiness Machines” Coca-Cola has deployed around the world since 2009.

Santa’s Forgotten Letters

The city of Santa Claus is situated in the state of Indiana, USA. The museum in the city brings together different objects related to Santa Claus and for more than 70 years has received letters from people around the world.

Coca Cola with its ad agency Ogilvy Brazil selected 75 forgotten letters and set out on an impossible task to find the writers and give them exactly what they asked for! The result was a touching movie that translates the concept of Coca-Cola to believe, and reinforces the magic of Christmas.