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Share a Coke ad campaign targets people with unusual names

If you've had a bottle or can of Coke recently, you've probably noticed the soda company's newest advertising effort. It's the Share a Coke campaign, and the idea is that each Coke is personalized with someone's name.

But if you have an unusual name, don't despair. Coca-Cola has a plan just for you, a touring kiosk that allows you to personalize a can of coke.

The company set up a kiosk in Edgewater Mall Sunday. It's one of  550 stops for the touring kiosk campaign. People drove to Biloxi from Alabama and Louisiana, just to get their own personalized can.

The next place you can catch this roving kiosk will be September 1st at Gulf Islands Water Park from 11a.m. to 5 p.m.

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