Published On: Tue, Oct 1st, 2013

World cup to Curacao

FFK-CocaCola-wereldcupWILLEMSTAD – Chief sponsor of the World Cup, Coca-Cola takes the World Cup to Curacao. The soft drink manufacturer offers a tour of the Cup to fans worldwide to give them the opportunity to take a picture with the cup. On Monday, November 1st, soccer fans can be immortalized with the trophy.

Curacao is one of the 89 countries where the trophy will be during this third World Cup Trophy Tour over the coming months. The tour started on September 12 in Brazil. On November 1, the trophy will arrive at the Hato Airport. That afternoon, more than 1,000 soccer fans can see the trophy with their own eyes and also use it to take a picture. This will be at the Santa Barbara Resort. The fans can have the picture immediately.

To qualify for tickets to this event and be part of this event, consumers must save Coca-Cola and Coke Zero caps. These caps should have a golden top on which is printed ‘Proudly Made in Curacao’. From October 14 you get for each of the six caps you trade at Coca-Cola at the Emancipation Boulevard a ticket for this event with a maximum of four tickets per person. First come, first serve basis. There are frames to make sure that everything goes well. It is important to watch the time printed on the ticket. For more information please visit the Coca-Cola’s Facebook page.

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