Coca-Cola Pakistan invites the country to #ShareaCoke with their friends, families, colleagues and loved ones this Ramzan with the launch of their new campaign this 26th June 2014 onwards. The #ShareaCoke initiative is the first of its kind in Pakistan, where Coca-Cola is personalizing the sharing experience by swapping out some of its iconic logos on 500ml, 1L and 1.5L bottles with 20 of the nation’s most popular relationship terms and titles, including Abu, Dost, Mama, Nani, Nana, Ammi, Amma, Bhai, Apa, Jigar among many others.
Across the Coca Cola trademark, Coke®; the company is inviting people to find the terms of endearment they use for their family, friends and colleagues and to open a little extra happiness this Ramzan by sharing a Coke together; indeed creating occasions between people to connect, unite, experience, rejoice and to simply share a moment, together. The company will also be bringing the campaign to life on ground with unique #ShareaCoke installations in the cities of Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore where everyone can be a part of an even more personalized brand experience through the customization of Coca-Cola 500 ml bottles for themselves. #ShareaCoke can also be experienced digitally beginning July 2014, using the campaign’s #ShareaCoke hash tag to celebrate stories, share photos and by personalizing virtual cans online at and sharing them with friends across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
“At Coca-Cola, we believe in the power of happiness. Indeed sharing is such a major part of the happiness experience, even more poignant in the month of Ramzan which is about connecting and sharing, be it the exchange of feelings, thoughts, moments and more but how often do we really get a chance to express ourselves to one another these days? With our Share a Coke invitation to Pakistan, we hope to create opportunities for people, starting this Ramzan, to bond and share a moment together, to encourage especially our younger generation to go ahead and share the happiness with those they love, respect and admire.” said Rizwan U. Khan, General Manager of Coca-Cola Pakistan.