As the weather has finally begun to warm in Atlanta this spring, my mind has turned to outdoor activities - including Golf.
When we were selecting artifacts for The World of Coca-Cola, we called one of the galleries "Lifestyle Advertising." This gallery was supposed to represent the different area of ones daily activities where Coca-Cola would naturally be present. One of those areas was sports and recreation. All of the artifacts were selected to show our long association with the various activities.
The 1926 tray to the left used a wonderful illustration by noted artist Fred Mizen and was a wonderful addition to the gallery. Look for it next time you visit the World of Coke. Oh, and if you have one of these trays in mint condition, it might be worth as much as $ 1,000.
More on Journey
- 2,000 Pieces and 28 Years Later: Life-Sized Coke Puzzle Nears Completion
- Driving Home the Message of Atlanta's Civil Rights Legacy
- Muhtar Kent Reflects on His Coca-Cola Journey and Legacy as Company’s 15th Chief Executive
- Primary Color: Why Sprite Has Sported Green Since 1961
- Meet Mr K: Fred Kirkpatrick, 97, Celebrates 80 Years With Coca-Cola