I already posted this in my blog last month when I saw that new Coca-Cola billboard in North EDSA, QC near TriNoma and SM North EDSA, the billboard is to celebrate and remind us of Coca-Cola's 100th anniversary in our country and non stop in providing refreshments to us in our daily lives.
The billboard are also posted in Highway Seno in Cebu and in Ulas Highway in Davao. The most awesome part that I discovered about this billboard is that it is made up of tansan or crown from plastic bottles Coca-Cola, and that's a hundred of pieces forming a shape and sign of a Coca-Cola bottle and the billboard's frame. When I saw it for the first time, I didn't know that the bottle shape figure is made of plastic tansan and its the coolest billboard ever.
I'm not sure if everyone know that the billboard is made of plastic tansans because there are no signs that it indicates that the billboard is made up of recyclable materials. I hope this blog post can tell a short story about those tansans and the billboard.
“We have created these extraordinary Coca-Cola crown billboards because 2012 is a very special year for the Filipinos. It is the year Coca-Cola gives back and gives thanks for the last 100 years of choosing and believing in happiness. This is the reason why the beloved brand is still here, today. The billboards are a signal of the start of the biggest, yearlong celebration we’ve ever had in the Philippines yet and the whole nation is invited,” said Guillermo Aponte, president and general manager of Coca-Cola Philippines.Creating billboards made of recyclable and renewable materials are great, this proves that a simple trash or wasted and used materials can be used again to help us by using it as an alternative material, and it will lessen waste pollution and it can teach our kids that we should recycle and think of a way in using alternative resources.
Thanks Coca-Cola for reminding us to recycle and happy 100th anniversary to you!
Now I wonder, what will be the next billboard and what material it will be made of...
hmmm how about those Coca-Cola tin cans.??