It’s the real thing! To celebrate Coca-Cola’s centennial for its iconic contoured bottle, the company held a dazzling affair at the Bonifacio High Street Central Amphitheater.
“Coca-Cola Bottle Art Tour: Inspiring Pop Culture for 100 years” had enough stars present to match the century its been around. The multisensory exhibit, which has been traveling key cities around the world, featured works of contemporary artists like Andy Warhol, Norman Rockwell, and Peter Blake, among others.
Coca-Cola Philippines made sure our Pinoy artists, photographers and influencers were not left out, as their masterpieces featuring the voluptuous bottle were also showcased in the exhibit. Among the local artists represented were photographers Mark Nicdao, Doc Marlon Pecjo, Xander Angeles, Ronnie Salvacion, Shaira Luna and Jake Verzosa.
All the local masterpieces were auctioned off during the gala night. Proceeds from the silent auction will be used to provide drinking fountains for Little Red Schoolhouse elementary schools across the Philippines.
Diego Granizo, president of Coca-Cola Philippines, and Ted Ryan, director of heritage communications for The Coca-Cola Company, were joined by their brand ambassadors, Enchong Dee, Joseph Marco, Janella Salvador, Jerome Ponce and Diego Loyzaga.
Coca-Cola Femsa also supported the Red Charity Gala last Friday, with a very generous donation to the Philippine Red Cross Makati Branch. Guests at the gala also received Coke cans in their swag bags.