This summer, Coca-Cola is personalizing the sharing experience by swapping out some of its iconic logos for 250 of the most popular teen and Millennial names in the United States. In addition to first names on 20-oz. bottles, Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and Coke Zero logos are giving way to group names like “Family” and “Friends” on 1.25- and 2-liter bottles, and 12-oz. cans feature nicknames like “BFF,” “Star,” “Bestie,” “Legend,” “Grillmaster,” “Buddy” and “Wingman.” 

This summer, Coca-Cola is personalizing the sharing experience by swapping out some of its iconic logos for 250 of the most popular teen and Millennial names in the United States. In addition to first names on 20-oz. bottles, Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and Coke Zero logos are giving way to group names like “Family” and “Friends” on 1.25- and 2-liter bottles, and 12-oz. cans feature nicknames like “BFF,” “Star,” “Bestie,” “Legend,” “Grillmaster,” “Buddy” and “Wingman.” 

This summer, Coca-Cola is personalizing the sharing experience by swapping out some of its iconic logos for 250 of the most popular teen and Millennial names in the United States. In addition to first names on 20-oz. bottles, Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and Coke Zero logos are giving way to group names like “Family” and “Friends” on 1.25- and 2-liter bottles, and 12-oz. cans feature nicknames like “BFF,” “Star,” “Bestie,” “Legend,” “Grillmaster,” “Buddy” and “Wingman.” 

This summer, Coca-Cola is personalizing the sharing experience by swapping out some of its iconic logos for 250 of the most popular teen and Millennial names in the United States. In addition to first names on 20-oz. bottles, Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and Coke Zero logos are giving way to group names like “Family” and “Friends” on 1.25- and 2-liter bottles, and 12-oz. cans feature nicknames like “BFF,” “Star,” “Bestie,” “Legend,” “Grillmaster,” “Buddy” and “Wingman.” 

This summer, Coca-Cola is personalizing the sharing experience by swapping out some of its iconic logos for 250 of the most popular teen and Millennial names in the United States. In addition to first names on 20-oz. bottles, Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and Coke Zero logos are giving way to group names like “Family” and “Friends” on 1.25- and 2-liter bottles, and 12-oz. cans feature nicknames like “BFF,” “Star,” “Bestie,” “Legend,” “Grillmaster,” “Buddy” and “Wingman.” 

Did you know that personalized cans of Coke, Diet Coke and Coke Zero have rolled out in more than 50 countries, starting with Australia in 2011?

In the spirit of sharing, we'd like to share a few of our favorite "Share a Coke" videos from around the world:

United States

United States ('Infinite Share')

Philippines


 

Vietnam

Ireland

Denmark

Norway

The Netherlands

Finland