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Coca-Cola launches Nanjing 2014 logo with 100 days to go

Coca-Cola launches Nanjing 2014 logo with 100 days to go

22/05/2014

To mark 100 days to go until the start of the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games, Worldwide TOP Partner Coca-Cola last week launched its Nanjing 2014 logo.

David Brooks, the President of Coca-Cola’s Greater China and Korea Business Unit, and the Vice-Mayor of Nanjing and Deputy Secretary-General of the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games Organising Committee, Liu Yian, unveiled the official Coca-Cola Nanjing 2014 logo at an event with over 1,500 young participants.

Coca-Cola has always promoted the Games through logos with inspirational designs, throughout its long partnership with the Olympic Movement. This year’s logo for Nanjing is no exception, combining traditional Chinese “banners” with the Nanjing 2014 and Coca-Cola logos.

For more information, visit the Nanjing Official website.

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