The Coca Cola truck made an exciting entrance into Bournemouth on Tuesday (29/11/16), parking up on the Pier approach with thousands of people crowding to get a picture with the Christmas icon.
Families lit up the streets of Bournemouth as the Coca Cola truck made its stop on its tour across the nation. After parking up at 1pm, thousands of people drove down to the seafront, waiting in chaotic traffic just to get a glimpse of the iconic truck.
A nearby stand was set up where people could get their free can of coke, either full fat or zero sugar.
Thousands queue to get a picture with the lighted lorry
Kim Wigmore, 35, Bournemouth said: “I’ve seen the Cola truck before, but I like to come every year and bring my children. It definitely makes Christmas.”
The Coca Cola truck definitely makes Christmas”
As people patiently waited in the sub-zero temperatures, the side of the truck projected festive jingles and displayed tweets of good will and joy sent in by the Bournemouth public.
Famous truck is stopping in over 30 locations across the U.K
Steve Wright, 19, Poole said: “There’s such a nice gathering of people here. It makes the festive period extra special.”
The truck is travelling to over 30 different locations around the U.K before Christmas day to spread joy and festive spirit, with its next location being Southampton Wednesday (30/11/16) afternoon.
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