There's no doubt about it, selfies are on the rise. According to a Google study, 93,000,000 #selfies are taken almost every single day, and the signature Millenial pose has become more popular than ever before.
But, unless you have arms that stretch, enlarged hands or a front-camera that actually takes decent photos, it's not easy to capture the perfect shot. That's where the Coca-Cola selfie stick comes in.
As part of this summer's Choose Happiness
Ireland is set to see plenty of smiles this summer, as Coca-Cola’s Your Summer, Your Choice music event launches with the nation’s first ever 360ᵒ selfie stage. TV presenter Angela Scanlon announced the nationwide tour, as part of Coca-Cola’s Choose Happiness campaign, which will visit towns and cities across the country – see tour dates below.
In a unique twist, festival-goers will be the ones in the driving seat, choosing everything from the DJ’s
After rapping ‘What Are You Waiting For?’ and encouraging viewers to Choose Happiness, Coca-Cola has launched a second advert, ‘Choose Coca-Cola’, which shows the full range of Coke variants together for the first time.
The advert, set to an electro soundtrack ‘Honeytrap’ by British music group We Have Band, marks the second phase of the campaign, and brings to the life the distinct characteristics of each cola through a series of montages. Coca-Cola’s
To celebrate Coca-Cola’s summer campaign to encourage people to ‘Choose Happiness’, TV presenter Angela Scanlon today (4 June) launched a massive nationwide tour - Your Summer, Your Choice.
The fully customisable music event will visit towns and cities across the country and in a unique twist, festival-goers will be the ones in the driving seat, choosing everything from the DJ’s tunes to the stage visuals.
‘Smiles’ will also lie at the heart of
Lillian O’Donoghue, from Glanmire, Cork, is one of Ireland’s most talked about Coca-Cola collectors. She’s been featured in a number of newspapers and on radio chat shows for turning her home into a ‘Coke shrine’. Read about some of the gems in her collection and why she loves the brand.
Gallery: View Lillian's Coca-Cola collectibles!
How long have you been collecting Coca-Cola memorabilia?
I’ve been collecting since August 1984. My friend Aileen
DJ’s Daniella Moyles and Brian Maher hit the streets to find out what makes Irish people happy, as part of Coca-Cola’s campaign to encourage the nation to Choose Happiness. Watch the video and tell us what makes you happy!
12 May 2015
A European cultural study today revealed that adults could take inspiration from the next generation on how to choose and create happiness.
Commissioned by Coca-Cola, the happiness study – ‘Why Generation Z is Choosing Happiness’, reveals that young adults and teens in Ireland are leading the way in the pursuit of happiness. The findings show that Generation Z see happiness more as a choice, than a chase, and it’s a belief more firmly held by young
Check out the findings from Coca-Cola's Happiness Study in this Choose Happiness infographic.
Haris Trnjanin, otherwise known as HT, is a Dutch rapper and the man behind Coca-Cola's 'What Are You Waiting For' song for the Choose Happiness campaign. At a young age Haris discovered his talent to rap and to incorporate his feelings and emotions into the music. Since then Haris Trnjanin has used his music as a tool to educate the youth within his profession as a social worker.
From 2008 till 2012 he was the warm-up during the tour of Dutch
Read the lyrics by rapper HT featured in the 'What Are You Waiting For' video from Coca-Cola's Choose Happiness campaign.
Wait, and wait, and wait, and wait.
Like happiness is someone's destiny or fate. But why wait for happiness to happen to you? When it's something we can just choose to do.
Grab it tight and mold it with both hands.And discover how happiness and your hands are best of friends.
Your hands can infect the entire world