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Coca-Cola is Branding its Cans in the US Flag to Salute the Army
By: Business Insider
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Coca-Cola has jumped on the patriotic branding band wagon, by releasing a new can design made up of red and white stripes, with a blue corner section.

The soft-drink company has replaced the stars of the American Flag with the song lyrics: "I'm proud to be an American," signaling that the makeover (which we first saw on Ad Age) is a part of Coke's "Share a Coke and a Song" campaign.

The special edition cans are on sale from now until July 4, according to a press release.

Coca-Cola says the promotion is to mark the 75th anniversary of The United Service Organizations (USO), a non-profit which provides assistance, services, and entertainment to US service people and their families.

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