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I didn't see one of my best friends for six months. My sister snapped this picture right after I said the wrong words in a song.
This was easily the best thing we did together while she was visiting." "There's a little restaurant in our town of Levittown, PA," Tracy Detrick says. Love bringing the family there, and the kids love looking at all of the Coca-Cola memorabilia.
We even plan to have custom #Share ACoke bottles made for our wedding favors!
Thank you, Coca Cola for sharing in all of our most magical moments!
I have started using "Amidst a 30 day journey in the Canadian wilderness I had sent myself a single Coke can," says Keely Bauerly.
"We picked it up at a fishing lodge and it brought me a feeling of happiness and home even though we were so far away. Home." "I recently started a Facebook page titled ' Man's Best Friends' where the pets of friends, family, and even strangers are photographed and featured," says Caitlin Vukorpa.
My soul mate, Dylan, asked me to share my life with him this past July.
Then we thought how cool would it be to drink a Coke in front of the White House! " "So I was doing my last minute Christmas shopping with my mother when we wanted to be silly and take a picture with Santa Claus," Jessica Sinacore tells us.
"The contrast of the bright white snow, the red Coke truck and the dull building. Such a happy sight." Jessica Haas says: "Dylan and I started dating right around the time that the #Share ACoke campaign began.
From sharing a Coke with my 'soulmate,' 'better half,' ' BFF,' 'bestie,' to '#1fan' we have collected every Coke can that has had very special meaning to us!
I don't know why but I found this very amusing. The moment when I get ready to walk down that aisle and I see him standing there, waiting to spend forever with me; that makes me happy." Katie Hardester tells us, "A lady I work with, Mrs.
Shawn, asked if I could try to build her a Christmas tree out of Coke bottles. So I tried one more time and this is what happened. " "I was looking out the window at Boston College and I saw the Coke truck drive by," Gieriet Bowen tells us.