Justine Fletcher, one of the contractors who works with us in the Archives showed up with a great new piece of art for her desk today. Her daughter, Alex Fletcher, a Junior at Lakeside High-school in Atlanta, is a budding artist and wants to study at the Savannah College of Art and Design when she graduates. She did the "Coca-Cola Cat" as a Christmas gift for her mom. While the lawyers might fret about the split trademark, I love the art and want to get on Alex's gift list next year!
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