Today is National Handwriting Day – a time to recognize the importance of handwriting and the individualism and sincerity a handwritten note or item expresses. In celebration, we’re raising a
Robinson was Dr. John Pemberton’s partner and bookkeeper. He suggested the name “Coca-Cola” for the new beverage, thinking that the two C’s would look very good in advertising. He wrote the logo in flowing Spencerian Script, a popular style of formal penmanship, and worked with a local engraver to perfect the logo.
Don’t you want to join in on the celebration? Grab a Coke and pick up a pen, pencil, marker, or even a crayon.
Create something delightful while you enjoy something delicious.
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