During the 1960s, popular music helped deliver Coke’s ad messages. On the radio, listeners heard the jingle “Things Go Better with
The commercials were so popular that listeners bombarded radio stations with requests to play them. In response, Coke bottlers distributed 60,000 special Swing the Jingles promotional records that featured artists like The Drifters and Little Milton.
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