Coca Cola Truck Aberdeen

Photographs and information about the Coca Cola truck visit to Aberdeen Union Square at Christmas time - get your picture taken and enjoy a free drink

Each year, at the start of the Winter Festival, the Coca Cola truck visits Aberdeen, usually on the day of the Union Street Christmas lights switch on parade.

Coca Cola Truck Aberdeen Christmas




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It makes quite a sight with its stunning lights and colourful decoration, driving into the City. The lorry is fitted out like their Holidays Are Coming television advert with a giant Santa on the side. It stops at the shopping centres of either Union Square or outside the St Nicholas Shopping Centre where you can take your photograph by it. The area is transformed into a winter wonderland with snow, Christmas tree and fencing. Their helpers provide entertainment like festive music or carol singing and give out free samples of Coca-Cola.

The 2014 Coca Cola truck Aberdeen visit sadly won't take place and instead can be seen at Perth, Elgin and Glasgow.

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