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Sodastream “says Goodbye” With Game Of Thrones Actors


Sodastream “says Goodbye” In New Campaign With Game Of Thrones Actors

SodaStream today unveiled its newest video campaign “Say Goodbye” featuring Game Of Thrones actors Thor Bjornsson AKA “The Mountain”, Hannah Waddingham AKA "Septa" and Kristian Nairn AKA "Hodor".

In the video, the actors struggle with single-use plastic bottles in everyday situations realizing they should say goodbye to them. This campaign once again emphasises Sodastream’s environmental message.

"We are always looking for fun and exciting ways to convey the message that we can enjoy fresh sparkling beverages in a planet-friendly way”, said SodaStream CEO Daniel Birnbaum. “We encourage consumers to say goodbye to single-use plastic and hello to reusable solutions and as a bonus, they will also avoid unnecessary, painful schlepping.”

The video is a special remake of an existing SodaStream Campaign (watch here) from 2017. It's not the first time each of the GOT stars have appeared in a Sodastream video, but this time the company chose to unite them for a final goodbye.

Watch the new “Say Goodbye” video.

“As a fan of SodaStream and an advocate for the environment myself, I always welcome an opportunity to help SodaStream spread their environmental message about single-use plastic,” commented Kristian Nairn.

“This time I got to do it with my two friends, Thor and Hannah, which makes it even better! "

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