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Social pics: Coca-Cola Christmas truck tour launch at the RDS


by IMAGE
30th Nov 2018
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Christmas festivities kicked off this week at Dublin’s RDS, where the infamous Coca-Cola truck was unveiled for its eighth year. The truck will make its way on a country-wide tour starting in Galway today, November 30, before heading to ten more locations before finishing up in Dublin on December 16.

Guests on the night included James Kavanagh, Thalia Heffernan, Tara Stewart, Rob Kenny and Sarah Hanrahan, who were treated to festive drinks and carol singing. The famous truck sat proudly in the grounds of the RDS and acted as the perfect backdrop for Instagram moments.

Here’s where you can see the Coca-Cola truck before Christmas:

Friday 30th November: Galway SC
Saturday 1st December: Liffey Valley SC, Dublin
Sunday 2nd December: The Parade, Kilkenny
Thursday 6th December: Drogheda Retail Park
Friday 7th December: Limerick Park Way
Saturday 8th December: Mahon Point, Cork
Sunday 9th December: Waterford, Winterval
Tuesday 11th December: Military Barracks, Tone Street, Ballina
Friday 14th December: SSE Odyssey, Belfast
Saturday 15th December: Foyleside SC, Derry
Sunday 16th December: The Square, Tallaght, Dublin

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