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Coca-Cola's Christmas Truck Tour 2021 confirmed which means 'holidays are coming'

Source - The Mirror

By - Ryan Fahrey

Date -16-11-2021

Coca Cola has announced its Christmas truck tour of the UK will go ahead this year - signalling a start to the festive season.

The truck, which is painted in the drinks giant's trademark red hue, usually visits around 40 locations from the end of November.


Though it usually makes dozens of stops, Coca Cola is remaining tight-lipped about the full tour schedule, the Daily Star reports.

On previous visits, hundreds of Brits can be seen travelling to their closest truck to grab a free bottle of coke and take some Christmassy snaps for social media

The truck usually makes around 40 stops, and sees families travelling to their closest to grab a free bottle of coke and some Christmassy snaps
For countless families, the return of the truck marks the start of festive period.

Even the announcement of the tour has set social media ablaze, with many users unable to contain their excitement over the upcoming event.

Others have quizzed the drinks giant on Twitter, and asked them to reveal more details.

Though the brand is keeping many details secret, Coca-Cola GB have left clues and cryptic messages dotted around their social media accounts.

They appear to be hinting that the Yuletide lorry will grace British towns any day now.

The drink's brand cancelled last year's tour due to the pandemic


The drinks giant replied: "Keep your eyes on our socials..."

Replying to another post, Coca-Cola wrote: "We're just recruiting the last of our reindeer..."

Another concerned fan asked: "So not even a clue if it is coming back?"

Other hints include the brand writing: "We've spoken to Santa and he seems pretty eager to us."

Excited Coke fans are hoping the grand reveal will come this weekend.

Others say they will put up their Christmas tree on the day its announced.

The tour locations are annually anticipated, with fans eager to find out where they can see the Christmas lorry.

Coca Cola update the list of touchdown towns and cities each year to "include more and more locations".

"We hope we get to see you!", they said.

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It would be pretty neat to get a photo taken next to the truck in my suit, hmmm...ponders the possibility :) 

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46 minutes ago, Rob Thompson said:

It would be pretty neat to get a photo taken next to the truck in my suit, hmmm...ponders the possibility :) 

This sounds similar to the Holiday Truck that is going Coast to Coast across Canada. A friend from high school is the regional manager for Coca-Cola. I reached out to him to offer my services when I found out this was happening.

Long story short, for this year they were using a Coca-Cola employee to portray Santa (literally the truck driver) with the same driver going coast to coast, with Santa staying in the truck at all times. BUT, he wants to reconnect about next year 😊

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