“Share a Coke” on campus

Emily Arnold

Coca-Cola’s “Share a Coke” campaign has hit Georgia Southern University’s campus in a fun and interactive way.

Four kiosks will be set up in front the the dinning commons where students can line up to customize their name on one can and a friend’s name on another to share. This gives every student a chance to have their name on a can no matter what the name is or how it’s spelled.

“[Coca-Cola] teamed up with a bunch of universities across the country and since we signed a new contract and we’re in partnership with them, they’re coming here and we get to be a part of it,” Tess Kiser, marketing manager for auxiliary services, said.

This free event is today from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and is available to all students on campus.

“We felt like this was something that was out of the box that we could bring to campus for our students,” Jessica O’Neill, director of marketing for auxiliary services, said. “It’s something unique and we felt like this could be really exciting for the students and a fun way to interact.”