Diet Coke Is Giving Away A Year’s Supply Of The Soda And A Mini Fridge

Real talk: Diet Coke is definitely the best soda. I don’t drink it because it has no sugar or calories (though that’s definitely a plus) but because it just has that sharp, bitter deliciousness that I’m kinda obsessed with. I know I’m not alone in my love of the DC, so if you are too, you might be interested to know that Diet Coke is giving away a year’s supply of the stuff along with a mini-fridge to store your cans in as you go along.

  1. It’s all in celebration of National Boss’s Day. That unconventional holiday falls on October 16 every year, but this year we’re all bosses since a good portion of us are working from home and therefore managing much of our own workload in addition to life duties like parenthood, taking care of a house, and all the other adult stuff that’s exhausting but necessary.
  2. You can nominate a “boss” to receive the prize. Diet Coke is calling for nominations for the boss in your life. Maybe that’s a busy mom or a dedicated sibling. Maybe it’s even a friend or colleague. Anyone who you think has done something out of the ordinary and worthy of a year’s worth of Diet Coke is fair game.
  3. Nominating someone is easy. You literally only need to fill in a few details like their name and email address and why you think they’re worthy of a year’s supply of Diet Coke (and the mini-fridge, of course). You can make nominations through November 16 and the brand will announce their winners in December 2020. The free year’s supply will begin in January 2021.
  4. Diet Coke is so good and this is worth entering. Obviously you probably shouldn’t nominate yourself (and it’s likely that any entries which did this would be disregarded) but maybe you can persuade someone else that you’re worthy!
Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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