Humans are so funny -- slap our initials or names on something, and we must have it. C'mon, confess: you've spent quality time in Anthropologie sorting through the alphabet mugs in search of your own initial (or someone else's to give as a gift because you're nice that way). Now Coca-Cola fans in Canada (and the US) can do the same thing with a bottle of pop. Personalized Coke labels is this summer's buy-more-cola campaign from the soft-drink giant. And even if you can't ever find your moniker on personalized merch, there is, absolutely, a Coke bottle with your name on it. Promise.
personalized coke labels: name brand
Personalized Coke labels on cans and 591 mL bottles have already begun appearing on Coca-Cola shelves across North America. The "Coke" wordmark has been replaced with one of 250 popular names.
I know what you're thinking: I won't find my name; I never do. Hey, I thought the same thing, and I was right. My friend Jenn won't find her name on a Coca-Cola shelf either, not in its short form, anyway. (Jayden, however, is popular enough to make the pre-printed list. Huh.) But you can make any name happen virtually if you click here, and you can actually get hands on one if you search out a Coke kiosk this summer -- click here for dates and locations.
See? I got one for Jenn, and one for me, too. Couldn't resist. I'm human.
Maybe I'll get one for Cranky Beauty Pants when the Toronto kiosks set up.
UPDATE: You can get your name on a Coke bottle in 2015, too, and if you still can't find your name, you can get it online. Coca-Cola has created a site that allows you to buy exactly what you need on an eight-ounce glass Coke bottle -- click here to order your personalized Coke bottle!
And promise me you'll drink your personalized bottle of Coke/Diet Coke/Coke Zero while wearing something from the OPI Coca-Cola collection on your nails, 'k? (See? Now it's a beauty post! *grin*)