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Coca-Cola unveils Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Games campaign ahead of Paris games

Canadian campaign part company’s North American themed “Celebrate Everyday Greatness.”
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The Coca-Cola Company, the longest-running partner of the Olympic Games, kicked off its Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024 campaign in the United States and Canada

The campaign, which features a diverse group of Team USA and Team Canada athletes with their sights set on Paris, builds off the global theme from the company for Paris 2024, “Celebrate Everyday Greatness.”

The North America campaign will feature a new, yet-to-be released television commercial from Coca-Cola to build excitement for the Olympic Games (following already released commercials from Powerade and Core Power), an engaging digital experience where consumers can scan limited-time packaging to enter for a chance to win daily and grand prizes, as well as cross-platform media partnerships with NBCUniversal and CBC.

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The work includes activations and campaigns from several brands across the company portfolio, including Coca-Cola, Powerade, Core Power, smartwater, vitaminwater and Minute Maid, and features renowned Olympic and Paralympic athletes and hopefuls, including Alex Morgan, Alyssa Naeher, Anna Hall, Athing Mu, Brooke Raboutou, Bobby Finke, Jordyn Barratt, Katie Grimes, Katie Ledecky, Roderick Townsend, Sha’Carri Richardson, Simone Biles and Tatyana McFadden from Team USA and Aaron Brown, Kadeisha Buchanan, Maude Charron, Penny Oleksiak and Sean McColl from Team Canada, who are making their final preparations for the Olympic and Paralympic Games. The athletes embody the diversity of the beverage portfolio, representing different sports, nationalities, abilities and genders.

This is the second time this year the company has focused a North America campaign on its portfolio of brands, the first being the “New Guy” campaign in January. In the Olympic Games campaign, consumers will be able to access additional chances for daily and grand prizing by scanning QR codes on packaging of the various brands included in the campaign.

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