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MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami/AP) — Miami Beach is known for its vibrant nightlife and neon-colored signs. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the founding of Miami Beach, Coca-Cola has released a limited-edition bottle that embodies the spirit of the city.

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The bottles were unveiled Jan. 16. Each bottle displays the city’s neon-colored centennial logo.

Mayor Philip Levine says the island city’s future depends on efforts to boost its sustainability. Coca-Cola is the city’s recycling partner, and Levine says he looks forward to “continued promising opportunities” with the company.

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Beach cleanups, rain barrel programs and the placement of recycling bins along the Lincoln Road pedestrian mall are among the sustainability programs supported by Coca-Cola.

Six-packs of the commemorative bottles are available at Miami Beach retailers.

The city of Miami Beach officially marks its 100th anniversary March 26.

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