PR disaster 30 years later - CBS News. I remember having a new found appreciation for COKE classic. I say it worked!
I usually don't link to articles where you have to pay. However, if you don't visit the NY Times often they give you a certain amount of articles free each month. The image at the top of the article is interesting.
Mental Floss presents an in depth article. In 1988, an executive took time out of his schedule to talk with my high school business class. Jolt Cola was founded in the Rochester, NY area where I lived. I think it was one of the founders because C.J. Rapp sounds familiar. That was super cool!
I remembered hearing about what Steve Jobs told John Sculley. I liked the story and it relates to the soda pop industry so into my bucket this article goes!
Read this article to make your own decision. For me personally I love a cold pop when I come in from the heat. I try to limit my intake and drink water with my meals except for special ocassions.
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DELIVERY DRIVERS & DISTRIBUTORS 1970s COKE & TAB SODA COMPETITIVE PRICING. I worked in sales for some time. It takes a special person to work in sales for a lifetime. You need to believe in yourself and your product. Now that I think of it, I interviewed with several national food companies who sold to grocery stores. I even went on a few ride-alongs with sales people similar to the ones in this video!
Awesome commercial! Great because of the cute storyline and due to what the commercial says. RC Cola was different than Coke and Pepsi...they were in the middle.
Oldest.org came up with this list. They say they are the oldest so they should know!
There's something so simple about this website. Also, I became thirsty looking at their soda machine image. Into my bucket their website goes!
Tested and Reviewed | Epicurious. I would love one of these at home! I won't buy because I need to be healthy.
I first viewed a map like this a decade ago. For some reason I find the question alluring.
How 50 different people from 50 different states in the United States refer to a fizzy soft drink (Soda vs Pop)