For well over a century, Coke Floats have delivered cool, creamy refreshment on a hot day. And while the most common recipe for the soda fountain favorite consists simply of Coca-Cola poured over a few scoops of vanilla ice cream, creative chefs and everyday fans alike continue to experiment with
1950s Mississippi might not be the first place you'd expect to find Chinese language ads for Coca-Cola. However, The Coca-Cola Bottling Companies in the Mississippi cities of Greenville, Clarksdale and Vicksburg all placed ads in a Tri-State Chinese Directory produced for Mississippi, Arkansas and
Lillian Nordica (1857-1914) was a famous American opera star and actress who performed at the Metropolitan Opera House, Madison Square Garden, and Carnegie Hall in New York City. Along with Hilda Clark, she was one of the earliest celebrities featured in Coca-Cola advertising. Her image
I wanted to share a video with you that provides a great overview of the history of The Coca-Cola Company. The video has an interesting history itself. It wa...
Coca-Cola aficionados can now eat, sleep and dream their favorite beverage in five-star luxury on the Mediterranean island of Malta. Coca-Cola has teamed up with one of the island’s leading hotels to create a retro suite that pays homage to all things Coca-Cola. The “Flavor” suite is designed to
There's nothing quite like cruising around in a convertible with the top down, radio up and hair blowing in the wind—especially one decked out with an ice cream sundae bar, a working gumball machine and a table to enjoy a refreshing Coke. Sounds like a dream car, right? That's what we
Coca-Cola attorney Carly Huth from Coke's HR team recently went on the adventure of a lifetime, joining friends who are archeologists at a dig site in Belize. And in a coincidence of history and philanthropy, most of the land being excavated was donated decades ago by The Coca-Cola Company. Here,
Several years ago the Smithsonian Institution declared the Christmas card series created by Robert W. Woodruff (the former president of The Coca-Cola Company) and Athos Menaboni (an Italian artist) as our nation’s finest. Each year, from 1941 to 1984, Menaboni painted a bird that could be found at