We had great participation in last week’s caption contest. This Sprite Boy ad generated a lot of creative entries
Sure, Main Street gets all the Coke. But what about First Avenue?
Beam me down one, Scotty!
Good news, people of Main Street! Here comes the giant thirst quenchers.
The floating Coca-Cola caravan! Coming soon to the Main Street in your home town.
Before anyone could drink anything else, Sprite Boy invaded Main Street with the refreshing taste of Coca-Cola!
The 1950 Macy's Day Parade was dominated by The Coca-Cola Company. Shown here, are three of the massive inflatable balloons: Sprite Boy, a Coca-Cola Dispenser and a Coca-Cola glass."
Sprite Boy says: "Drink Coca-Cola and you'll have an out-of-body experience too!"
"Whaddya mean, 'no hands'? I made you a Coke, didn't I?"
Sprite Boy keeps a watchful eye over his realm lest a Pepsi minion dare invade.
Sprite Boy says... "Note to Self: Must cut back on caffeinated drinks... also, stop at Rexall drug store, need Brylcreem/Dippity-do for flyaway hair".
"Hey, Hot-lanta! Have a cold Coca-Cola on me!"
While walking down Main Street, I thought, "Boy, could I use a cold Coke."
Then the 'Boy' appeared, ready to serve!While walking down Main Street, I thought, "Boy, could I use a cold Coke."
Then the 'Boy' appeared, ready to serve!
Sprite Boy says: "Nobody Beats The Taste Of Coke. And I Mean No Body."
(i can see the building on the left pointing to the coke machine) so here goes:
even main street approves of sprite boy quenching your thirst with a coke, kinda gives a celebration to everything.
quenching your thirst is thumb's up on main street, when sprite boy is there to serve you a coca cola. peanuts optional,(i did that when i was a kid).
If I drink Coca-Cola too fast, the bubbles all go to my head!
I'm going through withdrawals now that they changed the secret recipe.
Coke rises above all the rest on Main St.
"No, I'm not related to the Keebler's and I don't have any cookies for you. However, I can get you a building size glass of Coke and maybe a smile."
In the 1940's, Sprite Boy was appointed (head) spokesperson for
The Coca-Cola Company. He (heads up) the fountain sales division; wearing both bottle cap and soda jerk hats. L b ets hope his new position doesn't go to his (head).
Did someone say, Boy, I could sure use a Coke?"
So Refreshing, I'm walking on air!
Heaven help us! Even the "Big One" is a Coke fan!
Heads ups, investors! Invest in Coca-Cola and go from Main Street to Wall Street!
The Coke effect: in a city that never sleeps, the Boy is Sprite awake.
UH on second thought I'll have a small.
I NeEd BiG Strew and ladder :-)
"Don't have a cow, man! I'm just bringin' you a Coke.!"
"OK... It's a staring contest. Winner gets the Coke"!
Sprite Boy Soda Jerk to customer: "Would you like me to put a head on that glass of Coke?"
After reading The Headless Horseman, Mr.Woodruff asked his advertising staff to start an ad campaign using a bodyless Sprite Boy.
And you thought the Statue of Liberty was impressive!
As usual, it was difficult selecting a winning entry, but the judges chose:
"No, I'm not related to the Keebler's and I don't have any cookies for you. However, I can get you a building size glass of Coke and maybe a smile” posted by MSU Cokeboi. A prize from our goodie closet is on its way.
There will not be a caption contest tomorrow as my team is working on a number of special posts for the blog next week, but it will return soon.
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