If you've had a hard time finding your name on a can of Coke (any other Coke product, for that matter), head to the Coca-Cola Orlando Eye this weekend.
The 2017 Share A Coke Tour is stopping by I-Drive 360, the entertainment and shopping complex home to the massive observation wheel, this Saturday. From 2-6 p.m., guests can print a customized mini Coke can for free.
The tour has already had two stops in Central Florida this summer, having visited SeaWorld and Disney in June. No other local stops have been announced for the nationwide tour.
Last year, the Orlando Eye was rebranded at the Coca-Cola Orlando Eye in a sponsorship move that mirrored branding at the wheel in London, which is considered the sister wheel of the International Drive attraction.
Both wheels are owned and operated by Merlin Entertainments, which also operates the Madame Tussauds and Sea Life Aquarium located inside the I-Drive 360 terminal building.
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