GAA stars line out for Coca-Cola's 2017 Designated Driver campaign

November 29, 2017

Galway's Gearoid McInerney and Austin Gleeson of Waterford during their side's All-Ireland SHC final clash at Croke Park.
©INPHO/Cathal Noonan.

2017 All-Ireland Football and Hurling finalists and rivals, Dublin's Paul Flynn; Mayo's Aidan O'Shea; Galway's Gearoid McInerney, and Waterford's Austin Gleeson front this year's Coca-Cola Designated Driver campaign.

The aim of the 2017 Designated Driver campaign is to encourage people across the island of Ireland to give the 'Gift of a Lift' to friends and loved-ones this Christmas, by staying sober on nights out to ensure they get home safely.

As we all struggle to find the perfect gift for loved ones at Christmas, one of the most appreciated gestures you can give to family and friends is a 'gift of lift', so they can enjoy all the fun of Christmas and get home hassle-free.

To support these selfless designated drivers this season, Coca-Cola will once again offer two free drinks from the Coca-Cola range or an alcohol-free 'Coketail' that can be redeemed in participating bars and restaurants across Ireland and Northern Ireland.

This year Coca-Cola is also making it even easier for designated drivers to claim their free drinks - with digital vouchers that can be stored in the mobile wallet app on their smart phones.

The vouchers are available by free texting Coca-Cola to 50015 in Republic of Ireland and 80800 in Northern Ireland throughout the holiday season. You can also scan a QR code displayed in participating bars and restaurants around the region, making it as easy as possible to redeem your vouchers on your night out!

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