Now, you can officially share a Coke with LePage. Kind of

You can see Gov. Paul LePage’s name in plenty of places, including now on a Coke bottle. His office tweeted the photos this afternoon.

Don’t get envious, though, because anyone can have their name printed on the side of a Coca-Cola, Diet Coke or Coke Zero. It’s all part of Coca-Cola’s “Share a Coke” campaign, which replaces the company’s logo on 20-oz. bottles with any of 1,000 of the country’s most popular names.

If your name isn’t among the most popular, you can custom order your own bottle at It’s $5 for an 8-oz. bottle.

Some might question whether LePage is actually the first governor to have his name printed on a Coke bottle. One was created for Georgia Gov.-Elect Nathan Deal, but he technically wasn’t governor before his inauguration. (Write in the comments if we overlooked a sitting governor.)

Coca-Cola is headquartered in Atlanta and says it specializes in presidential and political bottles.

Coca-Cola is individualizing soda for a reason: sales.

The campaign has been so popular, it reversed a decade-long decline in U.S. Coke consumption, according to the Wall Street Journal.

But it’s raised concerns about obesity. “[W]ithout proper funding to counter the tens of millions of dollars that Big Soda has spent on advertising campaigns to kill these measures … advocates continue to be at a huge disadvantage,” wrote Nancy Huehnergarth for the Huffington Post.