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Coca-Cola Christmas Truck tour dates REVEALED: Is iconic red lorry coming to YOUR town?

The iconic red truck made famous in Coke’s Christmas adverts will tour the UK this year as Brits get into the festive spirit. It will hop between a whopping 42 destinations, starting on November 11 in Glasgow as it winds its way down to Plymouth. At every stop Brits will be able to take festive selfies in front of the lit up truck while enjoying free cans of Coke.

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REVEALED: The full list of this year’s Coca Cola Christmas truck tour stops

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They will also be able to hear the song that Christmas has become famous for – the Holidays Are Coming, Holidays Are Coming. One lucky winner last year won a personal visit from the truck, while a wedding proposal stole the limelight during its stop in Winchester.

So far Coca-Cola has made 397 stops since beginning the tour in 2001, travelling 730,000 miles.

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With the famous Holidays Are Coming advert turning 22 this year, the tradition is part of every family at Christmas. But despite the love of the famous red vehicles, they haven’t been without controversy.

A politician in one UK city this week went as far as trying to ban the visit of the huge truck[1].

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  1. ^ one UK city this week went as far as trying to ban the visit of the huge truck (www.dailystar.co.uk)



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