Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of attending the launch of Coca-Cola’s Christmas campaign to celebrate the trucks return for the ninth year in Ireland. After a fun evening celebrating this festive campaign, I thought a stop at the Coca-Cola truck tour would make for the perfect addition to my 12 dates of Crimbo series!
The evening was filled with trying festive food and enjoying live entertainment. The inner hopeless romantic is me was sold by all the Christmas jingles and the overall winter wonderland setting of the event.
If you watched my Instagram story on the night then you would have seen that the evening allowed for plenty of fun Instagram shots and videos.But in the midst of all the jingles, there was also a chance to donate to charity.
There was a stand where people could purchase exclusive Coca-Cola merchandise, with all proceedings going to Saint Vincent de Paul.
Between the photos on the illuminated red truck, food and Christmas carols, visiting the stop is the perfect way to get you in the Christmas spirit and spend some time with your other half in a cosy outdoor setting.
This year the truck will visit eight spokes around Ireland so you will have eight opportunities to visit the famous red truck and zero excuse to miss it!
The 2019 Coca-Cola Truck Tour dates for Ireland are as follows:
- Saturday 30th November: Galway Retail Park; 2pm — 8pm
- Sunday 1st December: Dublin, Royal Hospital Kilmainham; 2pm — 8pm
- Wednesday 4th December: Ballina, Military Barracks; 2pm — 8pm
- Saturday 7th December: Belfast, Custom House Square; 2pm — 8pm
- Sunday 8th December: Belfast, Custom House Square; 2pm — 8pm
- Friday 13th December: Cork, Mahon Point; 2pm — 8pm
- Saturday 14th December: Waterford, Winterval; 2pm — 8pm
- Sunday 15th December: Dublin, Pavilions Shopping Centre Swords; 2pm — 8pm
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