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20 Facts You May Not Have Known About Coca-Cola

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It’s been one of America’s favorite drinks since 1886. But just how much do we know about the history of Coca-Cola? Check out these interesting facts: The syrup for Coca-Cola was originally shipped in bright red wooden kegs, beginning Coca-Cola’s association with the color red. The Coca-Cola logo was created by inventor John Pemberton’s partner

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Coca-Cola Coolers On Location In California

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Some great photos here from the Vintage Vending archives… These pictures are from a Coca-Cola salesman’s book of coolers he sold in California in the late ’30s early ’40s. It looks like after the cooler was on location he took some pictures and put them in a scrapbook. He recorded the name of the business and

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How To Paint a Coca-Cola Truck

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Coca-Cola Truck and Car Paint Schemes Coca-Cola did not become one of the worlds most recognized brands by accident. From day one, the company spent a great deal of time and money developing its identity. Every year, or as it thought necessary, the company would put out standardization bulletins covering how everything with the Coca-Cola

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