For Every Golden Moment

Agency: Grey Brazil


Today, Corona Cero, the global beer sponsor of the Olympic & Paralympic Games, unveils its Golden Venues activation, bringing the same seats as from the Olympic Games venues in Paris to iconic travel destinations across four continents. This initiative invites fans to reconnect with nature and gives them the opportunity to embrace their own Golden Moments every day as part of Corona Cero’s ‘For Every Golden Moment’ platform. This activation uses the same seats as from some of the Olympic Games venues in Paris, like Champ de Mars, Grand Palais, and Le Concorde and placed them in iconic travel destinations worldwide.

The brand is featuring Golden Venues in 11 breath-taking outdoor settings across 9 countries, including renowned spots such as Arpoador beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the Grand Peninsula Lagonissi in Athens, Greece, and Café Del Mar in Cartagena, Colombia, offering panoramic views of their respective landscapes. The locations were selected for their remarkable sunsets, scenic beauty and cultural significance, offering visitors a unique opportunity to enjoy a touch of the Olympics amidst spectacular natural settings.

“From Greece, Brazil, Japan, South Africa and Argentina, Corona Cero is offering this gift to fans as an opportunity to experience the Olympic golden moment feeling through Golden Venues,” said Clarissa Pantoja, Vice President of Corona Global. “By bringing the same seats as from Olympic Games stadiums used throughout Paris to these incredible locations worldwide, we are reminding fans that golden moments not only exist within the Olympic Games, but also in the beauty of nature that’s around all of us.”

Corona, recognized as the world’s most valuable beer brand in Kantar’s BrandZ global 2024 rankings, has a rich history of promoting outdoor experiences and encouraging environmental stewardship. The brand is committed to fostering connections and creating meaningful moments in locations that resonate with fans globally.

The full list of Golden Venues spans:


Grand Peninsula Lagonissi in Athens, Greece, a popular beach and sailing destination on the Athenian Riviera with panoramic views of the Saronic Gulf. Thames Riverfront in Battersea, London, UK, a bustling district with local and tourist attractions, including a riverside promenade, ecological areas, and sports facilities.

South America

Arpoador Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, next to Ipanema beach, this landmark destination is renowned for surfing and the best sunset views in town. Café Del Mar in Cartagena, Colombia, located 150m high at the top of Old Town, Cafe Del Mar offers 360-views of Cartagena and is known for its stunning sunsets. Coatepeque Volcano, El Salvador, a volcanic crater located 745 meters above sea level overlooking a 50,000 years old lake. San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina, a popular ski destination in the Argentinean Patagonia, surrounded by scenic forests and mountains. Pichilemu in Punta de Lobos, Chile, a distinct beach with gray sand and large cliffs, Pichilemu is the heart of surf culture in Chile where many of the country's best surfers learned their skills.


Morito Beach in Kanagawa, Japan, known for its stunning views of Mt. Fuji, Morito Beach is one of the most famous spots on the coast of the Miura Peninsula.


South Africa (three locations) including Cape Town’s Signal Hill, offering panoramic views of V&A Waterfront, the Atlantic Ocean, Lion’s Head, and the iconic Table Mountain, one of the world's Seven Wonders of Nature.

“As the world anticipates the start of the Olympics, we are proud to see Corona Cero bring a touch of the Games to these global iconic locations for more fans to connect to their golden moments,” said Anne-Sophie Voumard, Managing Director IOC Television & Marketing Services. “We hope this gift will inspire people to embrace their own celebratory moments everyday!”

Fans can take in the beauty of nature while celebrating life’s golden moments – together with a refreshing Corona Cero served with a lime, or in any way they prefer to unwind and reconnect with nature. In select locations, the brand is also offering Sunset Hours, which are free concerts by local bands near the Golden Venues locations.

As the first-ever global beer sponsor of the Olympic Games, the no-alcohol beer brand is also elevating the role of moderation in Olympic celebrations globally, creating spaces and moments for cheers and choice in meaningful locations that matter to fans.

AB InBev brands have seen countless new friendships, connections, and experiences built on a shared love of sport and are pleased to be a part of that legacy with decades of historic, award-winning and responsible sports marketing.

The Golden Venues will be open to the public daily during the Olympic Games, starting July 23 with plans to remain in the area after the games.

This professional campaign titled 'For Every Golden Moment' was published in Brazil in July, 2024. It was created for the brand: Corona, by ad agency: Grey Brazil. This Integrated medium campaign is related to the Alcoholic Drinks industry and contains 1 media asset. It was submitted 2 days ago.


Global Grey & Townhouse contributors:
Gabriel Schmitt, Global Chief Creative Officer
⁠Diego Medvedocky, Global Creative Partner
Angelo Maia, Group Creative Director
Andre Bittar, Group Creative Director
Manuel Castillo, Associate Creative Director
Enrique Torguet, Associate Creative Director
Raig Adolfo, Global Head of Strategy
Romina Perrone, Head of Strategy/Global Projects
Mercedes Campos, EVP, Global Account Director
Riley Morris, Senior Account Executive/Global Projects
James McPherson, Chief Production Officer
Joe Maggiore, Executive Producer
Jake Sharkey, Integrated Producer/Global Projects


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