Pepsi "Wear that dress-serve him a Pepsi-Cola or two - and you'll have that young lieutenant eating out of your hand" 1945
Hey, Joe! Hide that Pepsi-Cola. She's supposed to act sad in this scene 1945
Well, the Army hasn't changed you any 1944
Pepsi - Andy Warhol "Close Cover Before Striking" 1962
Man in the service 1943
Even dull work seems brighter with Pepsi 1943
Pepsi lifts it's cap to you 1943
Pepsi Gran Premio vintage ad 1954
Coca-Cola ad from "The boy scouts of America" newspaper 1936
In 1969, The Coca-Cola Company began a very tongue in cheek advertising campaign. This campaign featured some of histories cast of characters that experienced a bad day or two.
Coca-Cola Julius Caesar 1969
Coca-Cola Marie Antoinette 1969
Coca-Cola Henry VIII
In 1962 VW used a world wide ad at Reader’s Digest joining the two shapes known around the world. It is one example of other products using Coca-Cola in their ads.
1962 VW Volkswagen Beetle & Coca-Cola
The ad series, launched in April 2009 to promote the “new grip” bottle, was quite successful for Coca Cola and increased it’s brand volume growth by 4% in France.
Coca-Cola new grip bottle
Figures from the Coca Cola TVC aired in Hong Kong for the promotion of their sponsorship of World Cup 2006.
Coca-Cola figure for World Cup 2006 #1
Coca-Cola figure for World Cup 2006 #2
Coca-Cola figure for World Cup 2006 #3
Seafood Barbecue along with King Size Coke 1960
Serve these "Snappy Center" Tidbits and King Size Coke 1960
Bowl with Coke 1960