The #JourneyxJourney team is currently making its way across America, discovering and telling Coca-Cola stories on a three-week road trip stretching 20+ stops and 4,000+ miles. Check out some of what we've been sharing along the way so far!
Two brand journalists from the Coca-Cola Journey team are taking a road trip to discover, capture and amplify stories about the company’s ties to American culture. Get an overview of the project!
One quick infographic to give you all the stats behind the road trip.
From the restored original in Cartersville, Ga., to the fading 'ghost signs' in towns across America, Coca-Cola wall murals have a rich history. See if you know all there is to know about these distinctive paintings!
Road tripping is all about discovering the new. So what happens when you’re passing through your own city?
The JourneyxJourney route includes a carefully curated itinerary of 20+ stops over three weeks. But as with any good road trip, our team quickly discovered you can't always predict what you'll find along the way.
Terre Haute, Indiana, is the birthplace of the Coca-Cola glass contour bottle. And if you hadn’t known that until now, there’s a community movement here that wants to make sure you do — and that anyone who ever passes through town knows, too.
From the breathtaking skyscrapers to the pleasant people to… you guessed it, the pizza, you could say the team was blown away by the Windy City.
Local Coca-Cola bottlers serve a huge, important role in their communities. Meet the family behind one of them, the Ozarks Coca-Cola Bottling Company.
More on Journey
- Coca-Cola Unites with Top Consumer Companies to Collectively Source from U.S. Women-Owned Businesses
- Coca-Cola Brazil, Banco do Nordeste Lead Alliance to Boost Water Access in Low-Income Communities
- Coca-Cola MENA Scholarship Program 2017 Launches in Seven Countries
- Mercedes-Benz Joins Turner and Coca-Cola as Co-Sponsors of The Bridge
- How to Order ‘Share a Coke’ Bottles Sporting Your College Hoops Team’s Logo For March Madness