Coca-Cola has released a series of teasers for its “Make It Happy” Super Bowl ad from Wieden + Kennedy which manage to keep the spot a bit of a mystery. In the 30-second “Reactions” (featured above) for example, people are showed reacting...Show More Summary
Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble, and Wal-Mart are not only Warren Buffett stocks, they are also among the most solid Dividend Aristocrats. This says a lot about these companies and their fundamental quality.
You probably wouldn’t hear Pepsi overtly tell customers to stop drinking Coca-Cola. They might make veiled attacks on a non-specific “competitor” in an advertisement. But without empirical evidence for why Pepsi is better than Coke,Show More Summary
We all have collections. Some of us collect stamps. Some of us collect Coca-Cola memorabilia. Some of us even collect bottle caps. David Silver is a collector, too, only his collection is a lot more significant than bottle caps. He collects Honda motorcycles and he doesn’t just collect run-of-the-mill types. Show More Summary
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Secret doors and passageways are awesome. Architect Alberto Caiola designed a speakeasy in Shanghai, China that’s accessed via a vintage Coca-Cola vending machine inside an unassuming sandwich shop. We hope there’s a secret knock involved too. The street-facing sandwich shop is called the Press and the secret cocktail lounge is called The Flask. Show More Summary
Designer Alberto Caiola has created “Flask and The Press“, a wonderfully modern combination of a cheery and colorful diner in Shanghai, China that has a speakeasy entrance that’s cleverly hidden within a vintage Coca-Cola machine that leads to a warm, welcoming bar with clean lines and muted tones that’s dedicated to the art of the […]
Lots of big brands are all about distilling their essence down to a single basic universal theme. For Coca-Cola, it's happiness. McDonald's is trying to go with loving. And now Oreo is zeroing in on the concept of play—in new ads and in consumer's lives. Show More Summary
-SNL parodied those Justin Bieber Calvin Klein ads (video above). -Wendy Clark, a Coca-Cola marketing executive, is speculated to be working on Hillary Clinton‘s campaign. -D&AD talks with Dutch director Matthijs van Heijningen. -Digiday...Show More Summary
Flask and The Press, is an unconventional speakeasy. A vintage Coca-Cola vending machine in The Press, opens to reveal the entrance to Flask – a hidden bar. Read the rest of the story at: Flask: Bar hidden behind a Coca-Cola Vending Machine
Last year, Gaza suffered heavily by initiating a war with Israel. Over its course, Gaza suffered numerous casualties and much damage to its land. When the war was officially over, The Inquisitr reported on the debilitating aftermath....Show More Summary
Two months ago the citizens of Berkeley, California, made a historic decision to impose a tax on sugary soft drinks sold in the city. Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and their DC-based lobbying arm, the American Beverage Association, spent a lot of money--an estimated $2 million in Berkeley alone --to crush the measure. Show More Summary
Unlike Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, Dr. Pepper doesn’t posses as much control over shipments to ensure optimum store and shelf placement, somewhat hampering its reach and availability. As most of the beverage purchases are impulse buys, proximity to the end consumer is crucial. Show More Summary
You may be familiar with the fact that the coca in Coca-Cola was originally cocaine. But did you know that the reason we infused such a beverage with the drug in the first place was because of prohibition? Cocaine cola replaced cocaine wine. In fact, when it was debuted in 1886, it was described as “Coca-Cola: The Temperance Drink.” The first mass […]
Games of chance can go either way in Sin City, but there?s one sure bet for those planning a visit to Las Vegas January 23rd through 25th, and that?s the 2,800-lot Coin Op, Advertising & Toy sale to be held at Morphy Auctions? Nevada gallery. Show More Summary
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Exec: Health and wellness trend has set up "a tremendous opportunity" for the Coca-Cola brand with smaller packages
Responsive web design is a technique used by web builders where the design adapts to different screen sizes. Designer Joe Harrison has built a page with responsive logos for several well-known brands, including Coca-Cola, Nike, Disney, and Levi's. Show More Summary