Coca Cola Girl - Singer entertainer Anita Bryant
was under contract to the Coca-Cola Company from 1963-67 to promote its products
on radio and television. Her official title was "The Coca-Cola Girl."
TRIVIA NOTE: The soft drink Coca-Cola (then just
a soda fountain beverage) was invented in 1886 by Atlanta, Georgia pharmacist
Dr. John S. Pemberton.
The Museum of Coca-Cola, a restored candy store located at 1107 Washington
Street in Vicksburg, Mississippi celebrates the site where in 1894 Joseph A.
Biedenharn first bottled what was to become Coca-Cola.
Over the years Coca-Cola has produced a number of catchy slogans including
"The pause that refreshes" (1929); It's the real thing" (1941); and "Coke is it"
(1982). See also - "The
Diet Coke Hunk" and "The
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