Miami Beach is turning 100 years old on March 26, 2015. To celebrate the city’s 100th birthday, Coca-Cola released a commemorative, limited-edition 8-oz. glass bottle. The specially designed, collectible bottle proudly displays the city’s centennial logo, while the Coca-Cola/City of Miami Beach logo is featured on the sixpack packaging.
“We are very excited about this collaboration of showcasing two world-renowned and coveted brands, Miami Beach and Coca-Cola, on the commemorative centennial bottle,” said Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine. “Our city’s future hinges on continued sustainable efforts and with Coca-Cola as our recycling partner, we look forward to continued promising opportunities with them.”
People can visit Miami Beach retailers to purchase their own six-pack of the limitededition collectible bottles, while supplies last.
“As the city enters its second century, Coca-Cola will continue to foster this special relationship, guided by our belief in giving back to communities where we do business,” said Melanie Jones, General Manager, South Florida Market Unit, Coca-Cola Refreshments. “Today, we demonstrate our ongoing support for Miami Beach by showcasing their centennial logo on another American Icon, the Coca-Cola Bottle.”
As Miami Beach’s official recycling partner, Coca-Cola supports several sustainability events, including placing recycling bins along Lincoln Road, beach clean-ups and rain barrel programs.