Coca-Cola Zero launched an extraordinary summer attraction in Israel: a mini-island called "Coca-Cola Zero-Zone" that was built as a floating island in the middle of the Red Sea, designed as an urban street, offering a unique sampling experience to its visitors.
The "Coca-Cola Zero-Zone", was built and produced by Promarket Israel, covering an area of over 400 square meters and was surrounded by water on all sides. It was built on the northern coast of the Gulf of Eilat, at a distance of about 100 meters from the shore and was accessible only by swimming to it or by shuttle boats. Once you arrived you were rewarded with an experiential sampling of Coca-Cola Zero.
Visitors at the Coca-Cola Zero-Zone enjoyed cold and refreshing Coca-Cola Zero served out of a pool bearing the brand logo, live drumming performances, a variety of games and great music. They all got to kick off their weekends with a private island party!
Hundreds of photos were taken on a daily basis and were posted to the brand's Facebook page – where visitors could find themselves, tag the photos and share the experience with their friends.
The visitors to the Coca-Cola Zero-Zone also receive a special "Benefits Bracelet" from Coca-Cola Zero, granting them various discounts at dozens of shops, restaurants, bars and other locations in the southern Israeli tourist city of Eilat.
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