— Coca-Cola (@CocaCola) June 18, 2017
Coca-Cola could use a Pennsylvania geography lesson.
In a Twitter post Sunday, the soft drink giant said Pittsburgh’s forecast called for “record heat” followed by “an ice-cold wave of ahhhh.” An attached GIF showed a bottle of Cherry Coke zooming over a map of … Philadelphia.
A statement from Coca-Cola apologized to their “loyal fans” in both cities:
“We sincerely apologize to our loyal fans in Pittsburgh for using a Philly map in our recent tweet. To our fans in both cities, we promise this error has been corrected. This summer we are exploring innovative, adaptive technologies to serve up personalized content to our fans when the weather heats up, and remind them there’s nothing better than sharing an ice-cold Coke. In this case, our map accidentally missed the mark – literally.”