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Russia 2018: Coca-Cola organises flash crowd with World Cup anthem ‘colours’

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Russia 2018: Coca-Cola organises flash crowd with World Cup anthem ‘colours’
Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Ghana on Friday organised a flash mob with the World Cup anthem ‘colours’ by Jason Derulo which has gotten most Ghanaians glued to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Ghanaian fans according to media reports are rallying around with the World Cup anthem by Jason Derulo getting ready for the finals between France and Croatia.
Coca-cola is by this theme song calling on Ghanaian football fans to display their dancing skills by posting videos of themselves dancing to ‘colours’ on the company’s social media pages with the hashtag #Coca-ColaColoursGhana.
The song ‘Colours’ signifies unity and the flash mob saw young men and women dancing with the colours of the teams that participated in the 2018 World Cup.
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The Trade Marketing Director of Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Ghana, Sabina Manu believes that the 2018 FIFA World Cup has proven to be an unpredictable but exciting tournament with unexpected winners and seeming underdogs beating strong football nations. While Ghanaians did not have the Black Stars to support, they have keenly supported the colours of other nations.
“From the green and white of Nigeria to the yellow, red and green of Senegal and even the red, blue and white of France, this is what “Colours” represents.
“It’s about celebration and the beauty in football unity and we are more than happy to provide the soundtrack to the pride in supporting people from various backgrounds”.
The activity which was held at the Accra Mall roundabout was geared towards creating hype for the final game on Sunday.

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