The Force: A Lightsaber that Shines in The Dark Side

The famous Atlanta firm has never denied its marketing genius, not since it found a way to tie itself into the biggest current trends and do so well enough to transcend them. It is even said that Father Christmas’s current red costume is a direct result of the Coca-Cola campaigns of the late nineteenth century. So, there is nothing innocent about Coca-Cola wanting to stamp its mark on the prolific universe of the famous intergalactic saga. Following on from the notorious “thermal detonators,” here is the lightsaber bottle, which lights up and goes out at a touch, like the original.

https://www.imore.com/how-get-star-wars-glowing-lightsaber-coca-cola

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