THE Coca Cola lorry is making a return to Gloucester today.(Tuesday)
Thousands of people went along to see it when the vehicle rolled into town at Christmas, and due to popular demand it is coming back.
Queues of people snaked around King’s Square, as families turned up eager to get their very own personalised Coke bottle, printed by a special machine.
And first in line was Gloucester mayor Chris Chatterton.
“It’s great to see so many people out in Gloucester,” he said.
“It is a novel idea to get your name onto a bottle, there are lots of people out who want to pick up their own memento.”
The return of the lorry is all thanks to Gloucester city councillor Tarren Randle (C, Barnwood).
She said: “It is great to see the Coke guys back in Gloucester, it is certainly popular and helps get people out into the city and into the shops.
“They are staying open until 6pm to try and boost the trade and bring some extra cash in.”
The lorry will be in King’s Square in Gloucester from 10am to 6pm.
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