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Diet Coke® Invites Fans To ‘Get A Taste’ Of The Good Life

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Integrated campaign explores fans’ unwavering love for the taste of Diet Coke, America’s No. 1 no-calorie sparkling beverage

First of three new TV commercials to debut Wednesday

Atlanta (Sept 22, 2014): With one sip of the delicious taste of Diet Coke, a long commute can feel like an urban adventure, and that unexpected Friday afternoon meeting might as well be an impromptu party. Since 1982, Diet Coke fans have been turning to the No. 1 no-calorie sparkling beverage because they love its taste. And now, they can see what life would be like if it tasted as good as Diet Coke.

To celebrate fans’ unwavering love for the delicious taste of Diet Coke, the brand is launching an integrated campaign called “Get A Taste.” The new campaign invites fans to “Get A Taste” of the world they love, provoking the question, “What if life tasted as good as Diet Coke?” New creative will feature playful examples of how the taste of Diet Coke can make mundane moments a little brighter, a little bubblier and a whole lot more enjoyable.

“Millions of people enjoy Diet Coke for one simple reason – the taste. The unique, delicious taste has always been what sets Diet Coke apart and incites passion in our fans,” said Andrew McMillin, Vice President, Coca-Cola Brands, North America. “Through the ‘Get A Taste’ campaign, we’re reminding fans why they fell in love with Diet Coke the first time, and we’re inviting everyone to experience the magic behind the taste of Diet Coke.”

First “Get A Taste” Television Commercial Debuts September 24

The first look at the new campaign, a :30 TV spot titled “ Economy Class,” will debut during Wednesday’s season premiere of “Nashville” on ABC. The momentum will continue with airings during the season premieres of “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy” on Thursday evening. A second spot titled “Car Wash” will air in early October.

“Economy Class” opens on a woman walking toward the back of a crowded overnight flight filled with sleeping passengers and crying babies. After asking the flight attendant for a Diet Coke, she closes her eyes and takes a long, refreshing sip. When she opens her eyes, the sleepy, cramped airplane has transformed into a speakeasy-style party.