Coca Cola truck 2023: Christmas tour teased - when will announcement happen?
The holidays are coming once again, and the tour has recently been used as a way to give to charitable causes.
Soft drink giant Coca Cola are dropping hints that their Christmas truck tour is set to return this year following a series of cryptic posts on social media.
The tour, which usually starts in mid to late November, sees branded vans reminiscent of the iconic ‘holidays are coming’ television advert travel the country with staff handing out free drinks.
Will there be a 2023 Coca Cola Christmas truck tour?
The brand has confirmed it is currently working towards announcing dates.
"We can confirm there will be a Truck Tour this year, however, our team are still finalising the details so keep an eye on our socials for updates." Coca-Cola said.
When will the truck tour be announced?
Dates for the tour are not usually announced until the trucks are nearby. Last year the first dates were announced on Friday, November 25 with days continuing to be announced over the following weeks.
Last year the tour started at the Bluewater shopping centre in Kent before working its way across the nation.
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Will the Coca Cola Christmas truck stop in Newcastle in 2023?
Dates are yet to be announced, although North East residents are hoping for a visit after the tour missed the region entirely in 2022.
Last year the tour made appearances in Kent, Beckton, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Bristol, Bradford, Cardiff, Leeds, Wolverhampton, Coventry, Sheffield, Watford and Baldock.
Last year the tour’s aim was to raise awareness of the charity FareShare who help to fight hunger in local communities although it has not been confirmed if this will be the case this year.
When was the Coca Cola Christmas truck tour last in the North East?
The tour most recently hit the region in November 2021, when it stopped at the Metrocentre.