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Coca-Cola x Adobe Collaboration by Vasjen Katro AoiroStudio Nov 13, 2017 It's always lovely to see one of your inspirational designers kicking with amazing projects one after another. It is the case with Vasjen Katro and his collaboration work with Coca-Cola x Adobe. Show More Summary
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Sheraton Hotels & Resorts teamed up with beverage giant Coca-Cola to bottle up a little love this holiday season for the lonely workers on the road. Sheraton, a part of the larger Marriott network, will allow family members and friends of frequent guests to send a letter in an eight-ounce Coca-Cola glass bottle to their...
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After reports of dog doping and of mushers alleging mass-killing practices, PETA protesters urged the beverage giant to stop supporting the cruel Iditarod race. The post Doping, Mass Killings—Why Is Coca-Cola Still Sponsoring the Iditarod? appeared first on PETA.
What: Brandishing giant Coke cans emblazoned with “Coca-Cola Has Blood on Its Cans” as well as graphic photos of suffering dogs bred for the Iditarod, PETA supporters will... The post In Wake of Iditarod Scandals, Coca-Cola Urged to End Sponsorship appeared first on PETA.
This Saturday’s UGA Bulldog vs. Auburn Tiger showdown signals the end zone for the spirited Coca-Cola Rivalry Cup promotion at Taco Mac. The season-long Coke Freestyle cup giveaway draws to a close with special happenings for fans hunkering down to watch the gridiron action on Saturday, Nov. Show More Summary
You may notice them on grocery store shelves or when grandma recalls some of her favorite foods when she was about your age. Of course, we’re talking about brands like the Kellogg’s, Nabiscos and Coca-Colas of the world that have seemingly been around forever. But what is it about these brands and their ability to […]
PART 1 OF A BIGGER STORY By Doug Martin “I’m in a male-dominated industry. They like to see deer running by with big antlers.” Diane Hendricks. in reference to keeping a herd of deer on her 200-acre estate “In a videoshot on Jan. 18,...Show More Summary
It took a few weeks, but Coca-Cola has rolled out an upbeat commercial in Saudi Arabia, celebrating King Salman's decree back in September that allows women to drive--finally ending the only ban on women drivers anywhere in the world. The minute-long spot opens with a father and his daughter switching seats so that she is...
A new Coca-Cola ad is making waves across social media. The ad, which shows a young female driver being taught how to drive by her father, is meant to be a celebration of Saudi Arabia's recent decision to allow women to drive for the...Show More Summary
Paul Allen and Bill Gates, then and now. "Microsoft" is one of those brand names that's so familiar — like Coca-Cola or McDonald's — that you probably don't even think twice about what it means, or its origin. Of the top of your head...Show More Summary
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Houston Astros, what is the taste of victory like? Well, evidently it’s something similar to that of a refreshing Coke as Coca-Cola is celebrating the Astros’ World Series win with a commemorative can. “Throughout this baseball season, Coca-Cola has delivered Astros fans at Minute Maid Park the delicious, ice-cold refreshment they needed to cheer their […]
In the late 1970s, Pepsi was running behind Coca-Cola in the competition to be the leading cola. But then Pepsi discovered that in blind taste tests, people actually preferred the sweeter taste of Pepsi. To spread the word, Pepsi ran...Show More Summary
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Designer Robert W. Blakeley isn't a household name, but every American has seen his work. No, he wasn't employed by Coca-Cola or Ford or Disney, but instead worked for the US government. Blakeley's most famous design? He came up with the yellow and black fallout shelter sign. Sadly, he died last week at the age of 95. More »