Behind the Scenes Coca-Cola Olympics Photo Shoot

This year the summer Olympics have been hyped up! Is it more so than in the past or am I just reveling in the moment?? I personally cannot wait to see how Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte finish the 400m swim. Im also excited for the gymnastics competition. I will never forget in 1996 when Kerri Strug landed her vault perfectly with an injured ankle, winning a gold medal for team USA. So many exciting, surprising, and miraculous moments happen in the Olympics and I can’t wait to see what team USA has in store for us this year.

Another great thing about this year’s Olympics is all the awesome advertising that has taken place! Coca-Cola has always been known to have great marketing and they do not fail us when it comes to the Olympics. They put together a few short videos of their behind the scene photo shoots of our olympic athletes. They have done such a good job with these little clips because the quality is really good, you can see all the work that goes into a high-end photo shoot, and you get to know the athletes on a personal level.  Hope you enjoy these videos as much as I did!

 

 

 

 

These are just a few of many videos that you can easily find on YouTube.

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