Earlier this month, Justine Fletcher, the Processing Archivist for the
President Bill Clinton and our own Chairman and CEO Muhtar Kent both gave remarks at the opening. President Clinton acknowledged The
Kent received the laugh of the night wondering aloud who from his team had approved him following one of America’s greatest speakers! His remarks highlighted the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the
The exhibit is divided into three sections. First, as visitors enter the Center, they encounter our beautiful yellow 1949 White Motor Company delivery truck. During the days I was there, the truck was an instant conversation starter as most people were surprised at the color.
The second section of the exhibit is on the ground floor of the museum in a gallery that features a selection of works from some of the greatest illustrators in our collection. We featured the finest of our Norman Rockwell paintings including Barefoot Boy, Gone Fishin and Concert on the Steps. Since the show will be up through the Christmas season, we displayed several of the original Coca-Cola Santa oil paintings by Haddon Sundblom. In all, 25 pieces of original art from our collection are on display.
The final portion of the exhibit focuses on the
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