With over 40 years of history, Coca Colas brand name is synonymous with success, success and success.
This is the brand that helped shape the American dream and made the United States one of the wealthiest nations on earth.
With more than half of Americans now using the beverage, it is no wonder that the Coke ad campaign is so popular with consumers.
In recent years, the company has released numerous commercial spots, including the ad campaign that played a major role in the success of President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign in 2012.
Now, it seems the brand is returning to the world stage.
Coca-Cola is re-launching the ad blitz in Europe and the United Kingdom this month, which means that the brand will be doing the rounds in other countries for the first time in years.
The campaign is part of a broader Coca-cola initiative that has already been airing in France and the Netherlands, as well as in Brazil, China, Italy, Spain, and Russia.
As well, it will run in the United Arab Emirates, Canada, and New Zealand in addition to the U.K. and France.
In a statement, Coca-Colas said the ad is “an opportunity for our brand to expand globally and engage with consumers in ways that will strengthen our brand and its brand ambassadors across the world.”
The brand also noted that it is the first global campaign that will feature its ambassadors in a public setting.
The ad campaign follows a similar one from Coca-Labels in 2008.
That campaign, which featured the company’s brand ambassadors, featured some of the company, including Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The ad also featured some familiar faces such as Coca- Cola CEO Fred Smith and PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi, as they participated in a debate over whether or not the soda was healthy.