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Thursday, January 7, 2010

Free Coca-Cola Collectible Medallions

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I love the Olympics. I'm really looking forward to the winter Olympic games coming February 12-28, 2010. The games will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada with some events being held in the resort town of Whistler. This will be the 3rd Olympics that Canada has hosted the Olympic and the first winter or summer games to have the opening ceremony held indoors. What a lucky country. The Winter Olympic games are the 21st Winter Olympic games held. I was just trying to think of what event is my favorite but I can't think of just one. I love the skiing and the figure skating, the boys love the snow boarding and hockey. I can tell you that my family will be glued to the TV, February 12-28 when the Olympics are on. This is also one time I will not be telling the kid's to stop watching that darn TV.

Another thing loved in my house is Coca-Cola products. I'm a fan of Coke Zero when I drink pop. Love the fact that it has zero calories and tasted great.

Coca-Cola is offering FREE Coca-Cola Collectible Medallion with the purchase of two (2) Coca-Cola 591mL products at Mac's Stores.

This special offer is only a Mac's Stores. Please visit FREE Coca-Cola Collectible Medallion to help you locate a Mac's Store near you.

I think these collectible Medallions would be a nice thing to have to remember the 2010 winter Olympics. Make sure you don't miss out on these collectible medallions they are subject to availability.

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Ann said...

I guess I'm out of luck, I've never even heard of a Mac's store

2cats said...

I am so excited about the Olympics. I can hardly wait. I don't much care for the summer Olympics but the winter has me glued to my TV.
I like the figure skating but oh my can Apollo Ohno skate. And then there are the skiers. And the lugers (?). I could go on and on but you get the picture.

siteseer said...

Something to collect??? I've got to stop this in the new year. I'm running out of space lol

siteseer said...

you still on vacation???

Mel Wacks said...

The United States Olympic Committee has authorized two medals to commemorate America’s participation in the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games – to be held from February 12-28, 2010. The USOC was appointed in 1978 as the coordinating body for all Olympic-related athletic activity in the United States, and the “Team USA/Vancouver 2010” logo appears in color on each medal and on a hologram on the packaging, as required for every USOC-authorized souvenir. For full details, contact the official distributor, Panda America (, the California-based company that previously distributed coins and medals for the Olympics held in Los Angeles in1984 and the Beijing Olympics in 2008.

The dollar-size (39-mm.) medals are being issued in proof-like brilliant uncirculated silver-plated and gold-plated versions. The official Vancouver 2010 USOC medals are available individually or as a set in a custom presentation box with a special holographic emblem on the outer packaging.

The golden version features the Statue of Liberty in front of the Canadian Maple leaf, symbolic of the 5,526 mile border between the U.S. and Canada, the world’s longest undefended border.

The silver-plated medals feature the official logo of Vancouver 2010 and an inukshuk. An inukshuk, which means “likeness of person,” was first formed in the permafrost from rocks by the Inuit People to mark trails, indicate caches of food, and locate nearby settlements as well as good places to hunt or fish.

Olympic memorabilia are among the most popular collectables throughout the world—and none are more significant, more historic, more beautiful and more affordable than these official medals that help raise funds in support of American athletes. Official issue prices are $19.95 per medal or $35 for the set, plus $5 per order for shipping. Orders can be placed by calling toll-free (800) 472-6327, or at