unveiled another surprise in the form of commemorative keepsakes for Guests to purchase and enjoy.
In celebration of the the in Florida, unveiled new which feature each of the four theme parks at . Think about it: Disney World drinking souvenirs! of the opening of
Coca-Cola is the official non-alcoholic beverage brand of several theme parks, including theme parks at the . Coke and collaborated to offer guests five unique designs .
One of the festive commemorative celebrates the Resort as a whole and presents a gold medal at the top of the above traditional coke (in red) and another on the lower rainbow part of the to celebrate the golden anniversary of the opening of Central Florida Parks.
The other four introduce one of four theme parks to and the corresponding park icon, or beacon on magic.
The to the of . The pink illuminates the lower part of the which commemorates the very first park in . The EPCOT Commemoration has a and a blue background. The includes none other than the and has a bright yellow background. And the presents the tree of life and is green at the bottom.
Each is printed with an inscription around the neck of the which reads, “Together since 1971”, clearly a nod to the partnership that Coca-Cola and Disney have shared since the year the open.
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It is not the first time Guests enjoyed the benefits of a Disney-Coke collaboration. Coca-Cola made for also the 25th anniversary. Additionally, in 2017, Coca-Cola set up kiosks at EPCOT where guests could choose the names they wanted to see printed on their mini Coca-Cola cans.
And yes. Yes, I had the names of two of my puppies printed on the Coke cans. (I still don’t know who Fred, Tabitha and Toby are – my kids had fun making up names!)
During the same period, Coca-Cola had thousands of different names printed on 20 ounce bottles of Coke products in grocery stores nationwide. To however, guests could purchase 20-ounce bottles of Coke and bottles with the names of some ‘s attractions printed on them. One even read “Main Street” and another had “At the Castle” printed on it. They were part of the “Share a Coke” series.
(My kids were really tired of holding these bottles in front of the park icons corresponding to the labels!)
When the Coca-Cola was Johnny on hand with (and Sprite, and Dasani bottles) which were spherical in shape and featured the flavor of the drink in Aurebash, the written language featured in the film franchise. (But the TSA wouldn’t allow them on planes!): Galaxy’s Edge opened in 2019 at
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The . If you will be in the parks soon, be sure to grab yours soon because unlike the magic of the these beautiful will not exist for another 50 years. will be sold for $4.69 each at all four theme parks in
Have you ever thought that you would refer to a so beautiful?” Me neither.