Back when I lived in New York City, people would ask me what it was like to live in Atlanta. I heard the question so often I developed a standard response. I’d say: “You know that old saying, ‘It’s a nice place to visit, but you wouldn’t want to live there’? Well, Atlanta’s just the opposite. It’s
Southerners in the United States are a unique and eccentric group, as evidenced by the fact that we will fry anything that will hold still long enough and our favorite sport is watching a bunch of guys and a girl drive 200 miles an hour while making a continuous left turn.When snack time rolls
This year, the World of Coca-Cola is celebrating its seventh anniversary at Pemberton Place. Located in downtown Atlanta across from Centennial Olympic Park, the World of Coca-Cola celebrates the fascinating history and global scale of The Coca-Cola Company. For those who have never been or who
The world’s fastest-growing trivia game app is scoring massive points with FIFA World Cup fans. On June 12, QuizUp and Coca-Cola introduced a new football-inspired trivia category where fans can experience more than 40 unique topics and test their knowledge in exciting, head-to-head play. The
One of Chelsea Doebler’s fondest memories from high school is heading to the local Sonic Drive-In after school and sharing Vanilla Cokes with her boyfriend Daniel. So as she and Daniel started planning their marriage years later, it was a natural fit to weave a Coca-Cola theme into their vintage
Simple, iconic and approachable. Those three words are what guided innovative designer and Swedish-American Thomas Meyerhoffer in his quest to modernize a Coke classic—the now 84 year-old bell glass. Reflecting on his design quest to transform tradition, Meyerhoffer says “When I was
Mother's Day 2014 is right around the corner, but Coca-Cola has been celebrating moms for decades. For this Throwback Thursday, take a look back at some of Coke's classic ads honoring mothers - and get some inspiration from the stories we're publishing today, too!