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5 Reasons Coca-Cola Wall Decals Make a Great Decorating Choice

Oct 17, 2018 |  Retro Staff |  No Comments

When faced with a blank wall in need of decorating, you could turn to metal signs, clocks, posters, or other decor items . . . . . . or you could add color and sizzle by decorating with Retro Planet’s exclusive Coca-Cola wall decals!     Here are a few reasons why Coca-Cola wall decals

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Coca-Cola Very Large Wall Decals: DIY Wall Decor

Oct 11, 2018 |  Retro Staff |  No Comments

If you need some ideas to decorate a large wall space, our large Coca-Cola wall decals are the perfect choice!   Not only is Coca-Cola arguably the most popular American brand of all time, but its style is bold, colorful, and instantly recognizable. Think of the company’s red and white color scheme; the simple yet

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Coca-Cola’s Distinctive Fishtail Logo is 60 Years Old

Oct 09, 2018 |  Retro Staff |  No Comments

  The Coca-Cola fishtail logo is very collectible among today’s retro Coke aficionados. The name for this distinctive design arose from the resemblance of both ends of the logo to a fishtail. Technically, it’s called an “Arciform,” meaning forming or resembling an arch.         First introduced in 1958, the fishtail logo appeared

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Greatest Year in Coca-Cola History—1929

Sep 17, 2018 |  Retro Staff |  No Comments

Ask Coca-Cola fans which is the greatest year in Coke history, and you’ll get all sorts of answers. Likely choices include 1886 when pharmacist John S. Pemberton created the fabulous drink; 1915, the year the contour bottle was created; or 1950 when Coke became the first product to appear on the cover of Time magazine.

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1936: The 50th Anniversary of Coca-Cola

Sep 06, 2018 |  Retro Staff |  No Comments

In 1936 The Coca-Cola Company celebrated the 50th anniversary of Coca-Cola, invented in 1886 by John Pemberton. There was a lot for The Coca-Cola Company to celebrate. When Coca-Cola was first sold in 1886, soda fountains served a mere nine glasses of Coke in a day. By 1936 soda fountains were serving over 10 million

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5 Ideas For Decorating With Large Coca-Cola Signs

Aug 27, 2018 |  Retro Staff |  No Comments

The Problem: A big blank wall in your home or business. The Solution: Large Coca-Cola metal signs from Retro Planet!     If you love Coca-Cola or want to add a cool retro vibe to your decor, these large metal signs are a perfect choice. Sometimes called triptychs or metal panel art, these wall decorations

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Personalized Coca-Cola Wall Decals for DIY Decorating

Aug 15, 2018 |  Retro Staff |  No Comments

We offer hundreds of officially licensed Coca-Cola wall decals, but did you know that some can be personalized with any wording you like? Our personalized Coca-Cola decals let you create truly custom DIY decor by combining your business name or any slogan you like with a classic Coke design. These are a fun way to

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10 Ideas for Doing DIY With Coca-Cola Stickers

Aug 02, 2018 |  Retro Staff |  No Comments

Now that we’re an officially licensed retailer of Coca-Cola stickers, we’re able to offer our original designs that have the approval of The Coca-Cola Company. We’re excited to be able to offer these new products and this got us thinking that there are a great many ways to use stickers. The wide variety of designs

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Coca-Cola: The Pause that Refreshes

Jul 25, 2018 |  Retro Staff |  No Comments

Coca-Cola has had a fun variety of slogans throughout the years. One of the most well-known Coke sayings is “The Pause That Refreshes,” first seen in 1929. Variations of this slogan have been used through the years. The history behind the original use of the slogan is very interesting and something we’d like to share

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Those Gorgeous Coca-Cola Girls

Jul 09, 2018 |  Retro Staff |  No Comments

  In vintage Coca-Cola ads, the Coca-Cola Girls were the preferred subject from the 1890s through the 1960s. Bathing beauties, women at play and servicewomen from World Wars I and II are the images one is most likely to remember. In the early days of Coca-Cola advertising, before the days of television advertising, very talented

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