Coca-Cola Christmas Truck Tour 2016 will stop in Norwich this December
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Holidays are coming! Tour dates for the Coca-Cola Christmas truck have been revealed and they include a stop in the fine city.
The iconic red truck will be visiting The Forum, in Norwich on Friday, December 9, when people will have the opportunity to take pictures with it as it lights up, wander through an enchanted winter wonderland and claim themselves a free 150ml can of Coca-Cola, Diet Coke or Coca-Cola Zero Sugar.
Its visit is part of a 44 location nationwide tour, which also stops in Ipswich and Peterborough and kicks off on November 17.
This is the sixth year in a row that the 13 tonne truck will be touring the UK, however it has been gracing our television screens for much longer, first appearing in Christmas adverts in the winter months of 1995.
In a comment on the Coca-Cola website, Aedamar Howlett, marketing director for Coca-Cola Great Britain said: 'Coca-Cola is synonymous with the Christmas season and it's no secret that our much-loved Christmas Truck Tour marks the unofficial countdown to Christmas. We can't wait to reveal this year's route and start spreading holiday cheer across the UK.'
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The Coca-Cola Christmas Truck Tour finishes in London on December 20.
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