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COCA-COLA CELEBRATES MALTA’S HISTORY AND CULTURE WITH ITS NEW LIMITED-EDITION COLLECTIBLE BOTTLES.

 

The much-loved Coca-Cola limited edition bottles celebrating Malta are back. This time, the design of the bottles was inspired by some of Malta’s rich heritage and iconic landmarks. These bottles were launched during an event held at Fort St. Elmo, during Malta Fashion Week.

 

 The design on these collectable bottles features Malta’s landmarks, its defining symbols and traditional events which highlight Malta’s cultural wealth; the iconic Auberge De Castille, the magnificent Triton Fountain, the medieval Mdina Gate, the old Maltese Bus, the colourful Valletta Waterfront and the traditional Luzzu.


 

 During the launch event, imageries of these bottles were projected on the magnificent bastions of Fort St. Elmo. These bottles were designed by Emmanuel Bonnici, a Maltese graphic designer who is based in London and who started his career as a graphic designer with GSD Marketing Ltd.

 

 ‘’It is with great pride that we present these Coca-Cola limited edition bottles which celebrate our history and tradition by portraying some of our most iconic landmarks and cultural events.  This project is a testimony of our commitment to continue to work with the local community at different levels and further promote our country's rich heritage’’ said Maria Micallef CEO of GSD Marketing Ltd.


 

A percentage of the proceeds from the sales of these limited-edition bottles will be donated to the Heritage Malta Fund which goes towards the restoration and preservation of Malta’s heritage sites. Through this initiative The Coca-Cola Company and GSD Marketing Ltd are making a tangible contribution and ensuring that our local heritage lives on.