UK: Coca-Cola GB rolls out anti drink-drive campaign

By Michelle Russell | 6 December 2011

Coca-Cola GB has launched a campaign in the UK as part of the Government's attempts to clamp down on drink-driving over the Christmas period.

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Coca-Cola GB has launched a campaign in the UK as part of the Government's attempts to clamp down on drink-driving over the Christmas period.

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