Crates of Nostalgia
Anyone who's over 30 will remember the goold old days of drinking Coke and Dr. Pepper out of glass bottles on a hot summer day, then saving them and returning them for a nickel each.
The Design Evolution Of Your Favorite Soda Cans From 1948 Until Today
I live in Atlanta, which is home to Coca-Cola. A popular tourist attraction here is the 'World of Coca-Cola,' which is basically a museum dedicated to the soda we all love. Well, at least I love it. There's nothing like a cold Coke in a bottle. Coke soda cans have evolved a lot over the years. Actually, all popular soda cans have gone through changes. The images below show you how those popular cans evolved into what they are today. Most of the time when the changes are made, they're subtle…
Soda Bottle; Coca-Cola Bottling Co, Fargo ND, Clear, Diamond Pattern, 8 inch.
A Coca-Cola Fargo, North Dakota clear embossed glass soda bottle, circa 1920s to 1930s, 7 oz [diamond pattern embossed Coca-Cola Bottling Company].
Coke Collection: 125 Years Of Event Party Add-On Anytime, Anywhere
Coca-Cola is undoubtedly the most recognizable brand name and logo around the world. Anywhere you go, every convenience store or grocery on the planet, there’s always Coca-Cola. Even when we celebrate a small get-together or major party event with friends, it’s there being served as a party addition to celebrate. And rare events like weddings are not an exemption.