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Aligning Your Brand and Personal Values to Stand out in the Marketplace

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:28 min | Last month

Aligning Your Brand and Personal Values to Stand out in the Marketplace

"Today's world we have to stand out. We must stand out. So how can we align both our brands and our personal values that will allow us to stand out in the marketplace. Today i love that question. John you know. I've spent realistically the majority of my life being an entrepreneur at eight years old. I was knocking on doors selling boy scout stuff so i can fun trips by ten. I was taking candy from the candy store and selling it on the streets like literature survive at thirteen. Even though it's not great. I did sell drugs because i had to survive. And i've always been thinking about branding and marketing and you stand out in the marketplace. Ever since i was little because literally meant survival. And today i've been very very fortunate to work with companies like coca cola red bull for roses lynn's baby and tons other and of course my own brand think unbroken when you understand this about branding and marketing and standing out in the marketplace that your values can be the cornerstone for what people cradle alignment with. Then you can stand above those who do not have them. Values are everything. My values personally also correspond with the brand values of my business honesty kindness leadership self. Because i'm always thinking about who. I am every single day that allows me to parlay at with the brand that way when i'm approaching the ford facing marketing. I know exactly the message that i'm delivering if you do not know your values my challenge for us to figure that out as soon as humanly possible. I wouldn't even go to bed tonight unless you can decide. Who am i. And what do i stand for. Why because it's the old adage if you don't stand for something you'll fall for anything and having values individual and whether or not they correspond with your brand give you the ability to put your feet down in cement. The beginning of a legacy. Because what i'm always thinking about is when you look back and you think about the choices and decisions you made over the course of the last six months john. Were they alignment with your values. Were they in alignment with the brand. Were they in alignment with your mission because if you filter everything through your values i whatever that value may be for you and for your brand then you know that you will always be making the right choices the right decisions and choosing right actions.

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Kids Are Using Soda to Fake Positive COVID Tests

Kottke Ride Home

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Kids Are Using Soda to Fake Positive COVID Tests

"Kids in england are using soda and juice to fake positive cova tests so that they can get out of class just another example of kids applying their genius in excellent if not quite productive ways. Mark larcher professor of science communication in chemistry at the university of whole decided figure out. Why exactly this works. His you know apart from kids may be skewing. Some of the data and causing unnecessary alarm about outbreaks of their schools. It is potentially concerning that something like coca cola. Could trip the tests. I you should know that these are lateral flow tests. Lsat's in the states they're more commonly referred to simply as rapid tests as opposed to the pc are tests. That can take a few days to hear back at some cases. They're handed out for people to test themselves at home. They function a bit like pregnancy tests with two lines appearing on the device to indicate the presence of the virus. But of course. You're using a swab from your nose or throat. not you know. Pe- lords explains how the tests normally work in the conversation quotes. If you open up an elephant device you'll find a strip of paper like material called nitro cellulose and a small red pad hidden under the plastic casing below. The tea line absorbed to the red pad are antibodies that bind the cove in nineteen virus. They are also attached. To the gold nanoparticles. Tiny particles of gold actually appear red which allow us to see where the antibodies are on the device. When you do a test you mix your sample with liquid buffer solution ensuring the sample stays at an optimum ph before dropping it on the strip the fluid wicks up the nitra cellular strip and picks up the golden antibodies the latter also bind the virus if present further up the strip to the t. For test are more. Antibodies that bind the virus. These antibodies are not free to move. They're stuck to the nitro cellulose as the red smear of gold labeled. Antibodies passed the second set of antibodies. These also grab hold of the virus. The viruses then bound to both sets of antibodies. Leaving everything including the gold immobilized on a line. Next to the t. On the device indicating a positive

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The Life of Florynce Kennedy

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:46 min | 3 months ago

The Life of Florynce Kennedy

"Florence rey kennedy or flow was born on february eleventh nineteen sixteen in kansas city missouri to wiley zella kennedy while he made his living as a pullman porter and leader started taxi. Company the kennedy family experienced poverty during the great depression and racism from the local ku klux klan after a house in a majority white neighborhood but flow nevertheless described her childhood as an incredibly happy one. Her parents were exceptionally supportive of their daughters flow. Once said my parents gave us a fantastic sense of security and were by the time the big. It's got around to telling us that we were nobody. We already knew. Somebody flow was an excellent student and graduated at the top of her class after high school. She and her sisters opened a hat shop together. In kansas city flow also started getting involved in local political protests. She helped organize a boycott against a local coca cola. Bottler who refused to hire black delivery drivers in nineteen forty two flows. Mothers ella died of cancer afterwards flow and her sister. Grace moved to new york city and rented an apartment together in harlem in nineteen forty. Four flu started at columbia university or she majored in pre law after graduation flow applied to columbia law school but was denied admission. According to the dean of the law. School the denial was a result of flow being a woman not because she was black flow wasn't buying it and threatened to sue at which point the admissions board changed. Its mind she was one of only eight women and the only black woman in her law school class

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Mexican Coke (MM #3755)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Mexican Coke (MM #3755)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. If you live anywhere with a growing Hispanic population, when you hear Mexican Coke, you get excited. I don't mean cocaine talking about Coca Cola because there's a difference between a Mexican Coca-Cola and a regular American Coca-Cola. It's all about the sugar that is used in America. They use high fructose corn syrup to sweeten a Coca-Cola in Mexico, bottle down there. It's all about pure cane sugar. It's the way Coca-Cola used to be back in the olden days but we switched to corn syrup. I think in the 1960s and 1970s and I used to think for sure it didn't matter. It was about the same thing. Really what, what is the Mexican Coke? Always comes in a glass bottle, which does make it colder, allows it to be colder than the plastic bottles of the cans. But when I had my first Mexican Coke a few years back, I was sold. It's not quite as sweet as the high fructose, corn syrup Americanized version of Coca-Cola, but there's something special, there's something refreshing and yes, it's the combination of being in the bottle and being the right temperature, and being just the right sweetness, Mexican Coca-Cola. If you ever see one on a menu, it's worth the extra money. Trust me on this month.

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Mexican Coke (MM #3755)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Mexican Coke (MM #3755)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. If you live anywhere with a growing Hispanic population, when you hear Mexican Coke, you get excited. I don't mean cocaine talking about Coca Cola because there's a difference between a Mexican Coca-Cola and a regular American Coca-Cola. It's all about the sugar that is used in America. They use high fructose corn syrup to sweeten a Coca-Cola in Mexico, bottle down there. It's all about pure cane sugar. It's the way Coca-Cola used to be back in the olden days but we switched to corn syrup. I think in the 1960s and 1970s and I used to think for sure it didn't matter. It was about the same thing. Really what, what is the Mexican Coke? Always comes in a glass bottle, which does make it colder, allows it to be colder than the plastic bottles of the cans. But when I had my first Mexican Coke a few years back, I was sold. It's not quite as sweet as the high fructose, corn syrup Americanized version of Coca-Cola, but there's something special, there's something refreshing and yes, it's the combination of being in the bottle and being the right temperature, and being just the right sweetness, Mexican Coca-Cola. If you ever see one on a menu, it's worth the extra money. Trust me on this month.

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"coca cola" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:40 min | 5 months ago

"coca cola" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Last driver and he said i wanna climb the fence. This was a great moment as old teammates. He said. I wanna climb the fence. And i on the fans to climb with me and he never got that. He's sort of got that moment on the victory lap. This fun father. I mean that is a bigger moment than i think. That was an amazing moment. That meant a lot delio. He told me afterwards that never made air but he said that that moment with mario meant a lot to him but he got that moment when he was driving around in the victory lap and the fans were climbing the fence. Top of the catch fence really was just such a cool moment. it could've lasted forever just to see raw emotion and the connection they elliott has with fans. It's much like what tony. I think it would have been very similar. If tony kanaan had had won the race but i think eliot transcend indycar because of dancing with the stars because of all the things that he's been in in his life he really transcends the sport. And i think he was the perfect winner for that race. It was almost like you. And i talked about it sunday night or monday morning. Or whenever that was like america reopening hundred thirty five thousand fans they. You could see all the release from the fans were sitting there. They wanted a reason to celebrate and that gave them a reason to celebrate. Even harder. drivers like to say that indianapolis motor speedway chooses. Its winners track. That chew the winners of the indy. Five hundred and to me l. Eeo was the perfect winner for this one hundred percent to have after everything that's happened over the last fifteen months and have one hundred and thirty five thousand people probably a few more than nine thousand people were watching to have them come to the speedway and i tend to sporting event for the first time in months and they get to see his free and they get to see as you said martin. Transcendent hugely popular driver make history. The only the fourth four time winner of the biggest race in the world and you talked about how marty was like the person who talked to him. He saw simon pageant. Oh there is former penske. Juan pablo montoya gave him. This huge bear hug willpower. His former team at penske. There must have been at least a dozen drivers and former teammates of his that congratulate him in jeff that that reminded me a lot of ninety. Eight daytona five hundred. I mean to me. It was just like the receiving line. And mr pinski congratulating my news from a driver's perspective. And you just said indie picks winners. I think part of this emotion was elliott grasping avarice won that race. Because he made the past at the right time right he made you think about what happened. In that whole thing this is the the.

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"coca cola" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:41 min | 5 months ago

"coca cola" Discussed on NASCAR America

"They got to me. I love. I love every moment the cameraman on the far right. There's my cameraman. Kevin and allies like a talk to our producer. Trevor and i'm like down there and get him after like twenty minutes and the scene played al and the answer was rightly know. Let let it play out. What an incredible scene and it never gets old watching it. And you're happy for everybody. You know mike chang and elliott obviously but the fans just soaked it in. That was the amazing thing to me. And i kept telling the television. Nobody's leaving nobody's leaving. I mean this was thirty minutes. Forty five minutes afterwards even known as victory lap. Nobody left and it just was incredible. I mean it had the the palpable sense. And i don't know if it had the same thing for you and the various hugging jim meyer in the in the media's internet but you just knew you're watching history and the fans knew they were watching history and for me when it reminds me the most marty was probably two thousand five brickyard four hundred when tony stewart finally broke through them one indianapolis motor speedway his hometown track and the same sense of history. Sort of took over at the end of that raised. I think happened. Sunday with alia was closing on the checkered flag and jeff. I love to get your perspective. You've raised at the brickyard for years. And what morning. Just said i think is really true. The fans appreciate racing at the speedway. I think in a different way than a lot of other racetracks for you go to a lot of nascar tracks and i feel like you have your fan base. Is there cheering for different drivers with indianapolis motor speedway almost feel like the fan base cheers for the story. Lines are cheers more the race itself. I agree.

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"coca cola" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:40 min | 5 months ago

"coca cola" Discussed on NASCAR America

"A really Specific effort to to go to work in every department and get after whether that was simulation or downforce or chassis built or whatever it was we made improvements across. The board has shown up in better finishes at every racetrack. We've gone to other than just a very small handful of last year's results so we've definitely made gains and we're better The mile and a half have more than others And i think the road courses have picked up a little bit more than other so we think that we're in a good spot We're not done yet. We still got more work to go in. you know. we'll all be greedy in that sense that till you're winning every race and leading every lap. You're not done but there's been a definite gain in momentum and really proud of that as we've been been able to get through these first fifteen races now we gotta keep going and keep tweaking on it but some of it has come from getting past the initial struggles of last season without practice in finding ourselves with a good baseline starting point for every week. Something that's been able to carry over to a lot of different tracks And finding that baseline not only for our mountain half's but for road courses in four short tracks nor superspeedway cars has always been really good so we know we got speed there so it's all coming together in in a pretty good way here so we're we're pretty happy. We got got work yet but Definitely progress so. Chris six hundred and was watching from the stands that had a really good seed up top. And you guys are crazy like i. You know i didn't do that like i don't think our generation had to restart the way you guys do. We have. we have coming up. Explain how intense it is and how important those restarts are. Don't know. I don't think it was was me at first either. I think i was definitely in more in the boat with you that i felt like you. You kinda get through that initial fire off and then you sort it out but You've had to change that. You've had to get the point where more aggressive and the it's A look back at research from the six hundred and in half of them went really good and in two of them went really bad. So it's it's a toss of his trying to figure out how to make it really good every time whether that's Dive into the top and making it three wide running up there in. Pj one that nobody running yet Or wrapping the bottom and not leaving the white line down the straightaway. It was interesting to see way. Different lines workout. They are. they're crazy everywhere. We go right now. It feels like michigan or pocono It's it's all the time it's three or four wide just as soon as you get past start. Finish line up very wild Surprisingly clean through all of that. I feel like we've For the most part they would get out of them without any Any major incident so that's A bit surprising to me for for as wild as they've been from where i'm sitting. Well maybe that changes this sunday at cinema. Two road course on a restart is interesting and you said something christmas now. The kind of caught my eye. You said that you think saddam good opportunity for you and your team. I didn't really think there's a row course racer but it sounds like you've got some confidence there. Is that something that happened recently. Over the last few years is that this year because there was somebody road courses on the schedule that you put more focus on what what gives you that degree of faith going into cinema this sunday. I'm not. I'm not a road. Racer i'll i'll start with that but it's.

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Hendrick Motorsports Tops All-Time Win List

NASCAR America

01:13 min | 5 months ago

Hendrick Motorsports Tops All-Time Win List

"Daniels is already there. On the line with us to join us here. On nascar america motormouth cliff a great guys. Thanks for having me. Yeah man good to see you. So i want to talk about the win but i wanna talk about the significance of two sixty nine. Getting that record breaking win for mr hinder. What that meant to you and kyle to be able to pull that off. Yeah it was a special day special win. Of course. I think race was relieved that it happened. Because he knew how well are companies performing right that we re edit potential to do it and of course you know all the individual teams were certainly gunning to do it But it's really cool to energy that we have entertainers tra- now. Everyone is working together so well across the board You know between the teams in shops That that the momentum the energy we have now is really cool. And i think that probably means as much to mr h right now because the last four years Things haven't been super right for injured. Motor sports kinda had to scratch and claw and work To to get ourselves back in contention every week so to have three wins that rover motor sports and then ticket that a record breaking for him. day

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Ambassadors of Science

Sounds of Science

02:17 min | 5 months ago

Ambassadors of Science

"Welcome elaine and alan. Hi thanks for having much fiving us. Thank you for being here so first off. Can you both give rundown of how you came to choose science as a career alan. You want to start first ago. Fist so basically. I was fortunate enough to grow up in zimbabwe and the uk and during the time of kinda witnessed the spectrum of life on the side so in zimbabwe children dying from israeli curable. Diseases over here in the free healthcare so from that point on which i was always fascinated with science and knowing how culas in medicines work in order to kinda help people help alleviate some of those those problems faced and are now found myself here doing exactly that. When did you go to the uk was yes or me and my family migrated here in two thousand and five When i was nine years old. So yes oh. Half of my life was spent in zimbabwe in tough with my life has been spent here in the uk. Elaine how 'bout you. How'd you get started in stem. So i had a different background in. Just the i was always really interested in doing fun science things. So you know the star of your cook at putting main to suites into bottles of coca cola and getting the rockets and things like that and just generally really curious about things that i was really fortunate to have parents and family and teachers who encouraged release support that so i guess through school i was like. What do you want to be when you grew up. My answer was always something science. But i didn't really know within there and i guess for maybe similar to allen's story is that i was also really driven to to help people by did work experience at a hospital an absolutely hated it. I remember. i watched a patient get bone marrow. Taken and high nearly fainted in the patient was asking me. If i was okay and i think that was the end by medical career

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Dr. Scott Harrington on Why a No Oil, Low Fat Diet Is Optimal

No Meat Athlete Radio

02:02 min | 5 months ago

Dr. Scott Harrington on Why a No Oil, Low Fat Diet Is Optimal

"You're in the know oil. Low fat camp i presume alba's understand that and why you arrived that a bad Conclusion yes yes. Okay well this is you know. You have the paleo kito folks who are not that scared of fat and you know and then on the other side you know you have this like whole foods loaf No oil low fat folks. So there's problems with fat namely saturated fat and we know. Trans fats are carcinogenic. And in bad and they're coming out of the diet but saturated fat is another problem that increases your cholesterol by decreasing. Ldl receptors in the liver. So you don't get as much elliot pulled out. So we know we know saturated fats bad but what about oil so oil. Is the coca cola hidden sugar in coca cola of the fat world. Okay so what. I mean by that. Is it's hidden calories and so when you go to the restaurant and you order fajitas for instance you say if he as healthy i'm just gonna order veggie fajitas and it's going to be on a flower and i'm gonna eat it and it's going to be super healthy but you get it and it's dripping oil. Which is i forget. Maybe it's like one hundred and twenty cows per teaspoon tablespoon of oil. And so you're just going to get extra calories now all of oil and vegetable oils When you compare them against animal. Fats are studies. Show that they're they're healthier. They're healthier for you like when it's a head to head comparison you have your lipid profiles in your body are better when when you're when you're eating oil as compared to an animal fat yet but but there again once again so you're gonna usually when people are switching to a plant may side. They're trying to lose weight and get down back to their eighteen year weight and when you hit a plateau you gotta first thing yet check. Is that oil.

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Larson Gives Hendrick Record-Breaking Win at Coca-Cola 600

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Larson Gives Hendrick Record-Breaking Win at Coca-Cola 600

"Kyle Larson's let a lot of laps this season but had only one win to show for his efforts in till the coca Cola six hundred Larson led three hundred and twenty seven of the four hundred laps and won all three stages it would be NASCAR's longest race it's his first win in one of the sport's crown jewel events what a night it wasn't easy by by any means finally got out to a big lead there at the end but for like the whole race I was having a dog runs by the nine of the twenty four at the when was a two hundred and sixty nine for Hendrick motorsports in NASCAR's top series breaking a tie with petty enterprises atop the car owners list chase Elliott finished second Kyle Busch third Brett McMillan Concord North Carolina

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Open A Can (MM #3704)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Open A Can (MM #3704)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation for years. I've heard people say that drinking soda out of aluminum cans is bad for you. The one thing I've always hated about aluminum Coggins, it doesn't keep the soda cold enough. Same thing for beer, I guess you'd say, but what I found is, why like my Coca Cola and small glass bottle because it is colder. The aluminum cans can also cause problems with our mental health. Some have thought that a possible causes Alzheimer's or perhaps even early onset dementia, but new research out of England says, that's probably not the case. But what happens? Our body doesn't process aluminum in the system. Well, as we get older, by the time, we reached our fifties and sixties, it starts messing with our brain, something, fascinating something scary, and we'll something to make, you think twice. And what's funny? They talked about drinking soda out of aluminum game but they didn't mention beer. Yeah, I can remember back to before, there were aluminum cans and didn't see the problem as much with ten, but I've always preferred glass bottles. Whether it was beer, whether it was soda, no matter what it was. And now I have something else to think about when I think about aluminum dead.

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Open A Can (MM #3704)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Open A Can (MM #3704)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation for years. I've heard people say that drinking soda out of aluminum cans is bad for you. The one thing I've always hated about aluminum Coggins, it doesn't keep the soda cold enough. Same thing for beer, I guess you'd say, but what I found is, why like my Coca Cola and small glass bottle because it is colder. The aluminum cans can also cause problems with our mental health. Some have thought that a possible causes Alzheimer's or perhaps even early onset dementia, but new research out of England says, that's probably not the case. But what happens? Our body doesn't process aluminum in the system. Well, as we get older, by the time, we reached our fifties and sixties, it starts messing with our brain, something, fascinating something scary, and we'll something to make, you think twice. And what's funny? They talked about drinking soda out of aluminum game but they didn't mention beer. Yeah, I can remember back to before, there were aluminum cans and didn't see the problem as much with ten, but I've always preferred glass bottles. Whether it was beer, whether it was soda, no matter what it was. And now I have something else to think about when I think about aluminum dead.

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Strategy  Execution  Results: Get in Gear  Sean T. Ryan -

A New Direction

06:54 min | 5 months ago

Strategy Execution Results: Get in Gear Sean T. Ryan -

"Pretty good year here. It's just gotta clean. It's gotta to be whatever the case and it just works all the way through and and it's just find brilliant so let's just go right into right right right. I gear right. That's the first gear right right right here. Getting the right right. Let's what is what is right right right. What is that first gear. How does it connect to strategy. Let's talk about that real quick. Absolutely right right right is about having the right people in the right roles with the right capabilities and and so you know the the idea that you can have a strategy but without the right people it's going to be really hard to execute and if people don't have the right capabilities It's going to be hard to execute that strategy Or if you've got you have good people when We we knew we. We knew that we had this opportunity. We had just gotten into Refreshment putting the m you know in the plastic bottle water you know back in like nineteen ninety four ninety five and we could see that business taking off at that particular point in time coca cola and pepsi. Were not in the bottled water. Business business was just too small right but we also knew that there was a at the time with with our with our growth. We knew there was a point in time at which they were going to jump into the bottled water business and we also knew that we didn't actually have the talent to be able to compete against them effectively especially in in our leadership levels. And so you know right people in the right roles with the right capabilities. We knew we needed to go. Recruit different people who fit our strategy number one and number two who were gonna fit our values and our values around honesty integrity teamwork building respect The that were absolutely critical to us providing the leadership to our team that we were anticipated. We were going to need to have that five now. We we didn't know it was going to be five full growth over seven years at the time That that really just kind of happened but it happened because we did get. We did realize we needed a different capability of of leaders a previously. We had hired talent Pretty much off the street. Just technical-functional talent technical-functional talents important but leadership capabilities were hugely important. And so we had to really re gear and rethink. Who do we need to have on our team. How do we go find those people. And then how do we recruit and select them to be on the team to get the talent that we needed to be able to enable that success. Okay so something you say in this book right. Nobody exactly this way. But i'm gonna say you hire to the values. I mean you you hired to the values you'd because i think it's so easy to do in and by the way i appreciate. How much of a big fan. You are michael porter. Because i love competitive advantage and so i love that about you Just one thing. It's not the only thing. I i'd love several things about you but i think hiring values is something that we don't do very a at least in my experience. Coaching businesses is that. Sometimes we try. We're so focused in hiring this great talent that we're not hiring to our values of company in nor do we really know clearly what the values are our company and us us a pretty great questions here. You know what we stand for what we believe. In what are the broad boundaries. You want people to play within enable us to execute a strategy. I think those are really fundamental questions that every business needs to ask right up front. I agree a hundred percent in the way. I would describe it a little bit. Jay is i think there's always a gap in an organization between where you are and where you want to be in. We talked a lot about obviously strategy to houston results. We're talking about the business strategy. How do we position ourselves in the marketplace to be successful but to me. It's it's really kind of that strand of where do we need to be. And how do we need to get their. What's that business strategy. That gets us to that as wayne gretzky would have said you know. I don't skate where the puck is ice skate to where the puck is going to be. That's that's really. The essence of strategy is skating delaware. The puck going to be the. That's the business strategy. But i think there's an intertwined strands of dna with business strategy which we call the cultural strategy. What's what's the culture of the organization that we need to have is going to enable us to execute that business strategy and culture starts with the values. What are we. Stand the the questions that you've posed there. What are we stand for. What are we believe. In what are those widest parameters that. We want people to play within. What were those are values and you know there are some that are i think they should be they. They may not be but they should be almost universal honesty and integrity respect and by respect. I mean deep respect Not just respecting respecting people for who. They are for the diverse. You know background that they bring to the table respecting them as human beings in and trust and trustworthiness i think are universal but but then there's some that can be particular to an organization based upon their strategy. There there are some organizations that have to be absolutely cutting edge innovative right constantly thinking outside the box and then there may be other organizations where it's not about the most innovative you know cutting edge bleeding edge organization but you have to have incredible continuous improvement. We're getting a little bit better tomorrow. And then again day after it again the day after is the key to success will depending upon those those valley. What you need to be successful does drive some of the component of the values of the organization right right and then that drives who you need to look for. Do you need to look for people. Who reminds her. Just you know. They're buzzing all the time and they are the cutting edge bleeding edge creators ordinary people. Who have that continuous improvement mentality. And so the business strategy drives the cultural strategy which drives who you need to go find to help you execute that strategy again. You know you. i'm going to quote you again. You said Critical issues to be clear upfront. About what values. Your organization needs to support the execution of your strategy.

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Coca-Cola Will Raise Prices to Offset Higher Commodity Costs

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Coca-Cola Will Raise Prices to Offset Higher Commodity Costs

"Have to pay more to get yourself a can of Coke. Coca Cola CEO James Quincy told CNBC that the company is raising prices on some of its beverages for the first time since 2018 due to higher commodity costs, following similar moves by other consumer products makers. Like J. M. Smucker and Kimberly Clark, the Atlanta based company top first quarter earnings expectations, with store sales strong enough to offset another week quarter of restaurant and bar sales, where Coca Cola has historically enjoyed strong market share.

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Top Senate Republican slams corporate activism over Georgia law

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

01:11 min | 7 months ago

Top Senate Republican slams corporate activism over Georgia law

"There's also big news concerning the fallout from georgia's new laws restricting voter access major league baseball announced. July's all star. Game will be played in denver following its removal from atlanta in protest of the georgia law. Today senate republican leader mitch. Mcconnell traditionally a big supporter of corporate free speech slammed companies like coca cola and delta for speaking out against the law republicans by and pla on planes and drink coca cola too. So what. I'm saying here is i think this is quite stupid to jump in the middle of a highly controversial issue particularly when it got facts. Wrong i'm not talking about political contributions. Most of them contribute to both sides. They have political action committees. That's fine it's legal to appropriate. I support that. I'm talking about taking a position on a highly incendiary and punish in a community or state. Because you don't like a particular law that. I just think it's stupid

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Masters Chairman Sends Strong Message About Potential Boycott

First and Last with Lundberg & Golic, Jr.

01:26 min | 7 months ago

Masters Chairman Sends Strong Message About Potential Boycott

"League baseball last week, pulling the All Star Game out of Atlanta this summer. That was in response to the new Georgia voting law. They have been business is speaking out against it as well. Delta Coca Cola among them couple couple of Georgia heavyweights This week in Georgia, there's the Masters. Masters Chairman Fred Ridley is part of his annual pre tournament news conference, noting He's not necessarily in favor of the boycotts that have been talked about, I believe, and I confident that every member of this club believes that voting is an essential Fundamental right in our society. As I stated that any anything that disadvantages anyone to vote is wrong and should be addressed. I'm not going to speak to the specifics of the law, but I do know that I think there's a resolution and I think that resolution is gonna be based on people working together and talking. And having constructive dialogue because that's the way our democratic society works. And while I know you would like to for us to make a proclamation on this, I just don't think that is going to be helpful. To ultimately reboot reaching a resolution. So we would like to encourage people to talk to communicate to let the democratic process work and hopefully these fundamentals and I've stated are so important to us, and I think everyone in this room could be achieved. Ridley saying calls for

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Biden says decision to move Masters from Georgia is up to tournament operators

WBUR Programming

02:05 min | 7 months ago

Biden says decision to move Masters from Georgia is up to tournament operators

"To Georgia's new voter laws, which Republican lawmakers claim are to calm fears that the election was stolen. Democrats are saying Nice try you make up alive and an election was stolen and then Passed laws they say to restrict Democrats from voting yesterday, Buying was asked if the Masters golf Tournament should move out of Atlanta. Let's listen. I think it's a very tough decision for a corporation to make were group to make, but I respect them when they make that judgment, and I support whatever judgment they make. No masters is different from other sports like the All Star game. You know the masters they live. You know, the golf tournament lives in Georgia. But Alice, you tweet about something about you were surprised that that why what would you Advised the Masters to do I would advise the Masters to continue putting on the greatest golf tournament that there is in the country in the world, and it is a important legacy for Augusta, Georgia and for the state of Georgia and for golf, and it has Absolutely nothing to do with this, And I think it's really important for corporations to realize if they're going to get into politics. They need to do so with the facts and not misinformation, and it's it's critical that people realize in this case we have MLB pulling out of Atlanta for the All Star Game, Delta supported it as well as Coca Cola. But people need to realize just because Delta is ready when the mob is and Coke is now woke. It does not mean they're right. Delta CEO initially supported this election efforts for the election integrity and codifying certain voting procedures as well as the absentee ballot and he was pressured by failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. To pull the All Star game out and to not support this measure, And now he's saying that this election meant legislation does not support Delta's values. I think that is as hypocritical and it means that this decision was not based on fact, Okay, Springville in yet.

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Why is the MLB All-Star game moving out of Georgia?

The Ten News

01:25 min | 7 months ago

Why is the MLB All-Star game moving out of Georgia?

"This past week. Major league baseball announced that this year's all-star game and player draft would be moved out of atlanta. This was in response to a new georgia law around voting rules. The new voting law signed by republican governor. Brian kemp makes it a crime to give voters food or water while they wait in lines limits the use of ballot boxes as new idea requirements for absentee ballots and puts the state's republican led legislature in charge of the county election. Boards voting rights advocates. Say that this new law will greatly impact communities of color and disenfranchised many voters which means depriving them of their right to vote by making it extremely hard for qualified voters to fairly cast a vote in future elections. So why is the mlb's action important by moving a very popular event that brings tourist in to georgia. The league can use their business power to protest the new law. Way to go. Commissioner rob manfred said in a statement major league baseball fundamentally supports voting rights for all americans and opposes restrictions to the ballot box. Debbie isn't the only business taking action against the law to of georgia's largest companies coca-cola and delta airlines have also spoken out about the new law. Good job

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AP source: MLB moving All-Star Game to Denver's Coors Field

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

AP source: MLB moving All-Star Game to Denver's Coors Field

"Major League Baseball plans to move the mid summer classic to core's field in Denver this to the Associated Press Monday night from a person familiar with the decision who spoke on the condition of anonymity MOB pulled the game from Atlanta as a response to George of voting rules quickly signed into law March twenty fifth by Republican governor Brian camp its critics included a number of Georgia based corporate heavy hitters such as delta airlines and coca Cola on grounds the changes were too restrictive Bruce Morton Denver

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"coca cola" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

04:02 min | 7 months ago

"coca cola" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

"And so as you climb the ladder. It becomes how you mitigate do the company culture understanding it knowing where you fit into it and it coca cola. I had this great opportunity. Because i have been there eighteen months and i thought it was a great opportunity for me to go for that director position and they would allow me to interview them. And what pisses me off. The most is that i had peers that i worked with. I'd seen them work at seen their work and not only did i run circles around them. People actually like working women but again you see these people and they are the ones like. They're usually becky's let's be honest right sleep back and it looks like they're kissing ass and they seem very and why people fafa this shit. I don't know but the thing is the leaders. Never see the bad behavior that they exhibit with their peers and with their cross functional teams people that they can shit on that they should on like. You'll ever see that they only see the perception that this person wants them to see. And so you call it ask. Isn't i call it managing perception of manage it up. But just know. It's all playing the game and working on getting where you trying to go getting your money getting your promotion and so even though i run circles around some of these people. I'm more qualified than some of these people have better education than some of these people. I have better experience than some of these people. I've worked for bigger dog. Companies than the coca cola company versus some of these people. They got the opportunity. And i didn't but i was told it there was such great talent and so many people had applied for director roles and quite frankly i just didn't have the network or relationships that these other people had that is so fucking infuriating and the other part of this. That's infuriating as well. Is that during the same time that we're interviewing for roles and they're picking the people who are put on the interview slates and blah blah blah. Also conversation happening around diversity and diversity targets and talking about you know we only pick the best talent and i'm on the inside watching and being like how is that the best talent so much so i wrote a linked in about it and you can see this article in the show notes. Like put the lincoln the show notes. You can go read it. It is a case study. I have the receipts. And yes. that is the cocoa compounds on. Don't really bring them up. But when you talk about the best talent and then you feel the world with clearly like on paper. that's already a washed from. The jump is not the best talent then even qualified based on the job description bouquet. And they're always buzz going around about coca cola. Talinn their employees through diversity training to be less white which was a complete lie mischaracterization. That is not how that happened. But okay girl you gone. Put them lives on the good twitter. Hope you got your little shine and senior leader telling us you.

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"coca cola" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:50 min | 9 months ago

"coca cola" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And so they adopt these things, because in reality, it's a dumb company, and they don't actually care about any of this. They want to act as if they are doing the right thing, and they can check these boxes. And then they go down these roads because I will say a lot of people. Some people do not. Do not. Do you know the difference, but a lot of people don't you know to the point of like when you know you have a situation like my wife on Instagram. She's at Lisa Paige made me do it. And she was kind of just doing a little video where she the anti races. Baby book was there and she covered it up with another book because she's just making the point that he Bram Candy should not be teaching your baby's at. And if you should not be able to buy that book, a target, probably. Considering buying conservative books. The target is not an easy task. And when she did that the reaction by people who are attacking her was largely Hey, um, e. I can't believe this white woman doesn't even met imagining so offended that you're, um that your kid might not be a racist that you have to hide a book. Uh, because they don't even understand the difference between this left wing nutjob ideology. All of this woke nous times 10 crap that everyone has to deal with now is now being promoted as just the opposite of racism. She does not. It actually is racism. Racism is built into the book written into the book Discrimination is in the book by race. And now these companies are advocating racism and Glenn to to take it to another step here. This is why the California Constitution has things like well, we used to say we're not going to discriminate based on race and create and sex and gender and all those things. Now they took that out because to execute this philosophy, they have to discriminate on race, So they took it out of the constitution. So Tell me, Do you think that it's Coca Cola, saying We're stupid. We don't know what this is or we don't want the backlash from the left. Yes, And yes, And there's more, huh? Because when you're over in Davos, and you are looking to put together a corporate coalition for workplace racial justice. And there's explaining to you at the World Economic Forum. This this new world order that is coming this new great reset. Where corporations are going to be partnered with this global entity and your your governments. Wouldn't it make sense? To you if I said Yeah, we're only doing that. Because if we don't, we will probably only be able to sell Coca Cola in America, maybe for a limited time. But then if we don't jump on this bandwagon, we're going to start losing. All of these companies are all these countries because they're part of the great reset and if we're not part of the great reset We won't be able to do business. We won't be able to get banking. We won't be able to sell our product around the world. So the choices Yeah. We take a hit in America for a while because people are upset about it. But we win in the long run because and those other markets are so much more powerful now. Yep, and just Justus. Coca Cola knows the first time around. Being on the boat and the first on the boat. Is so much more profitable than being second or third or fifth on the boat, And in this case, you may not survive. If you're third in the boat.

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"coca cola" Discussed on Suburban Folk

Suburban Folk

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"coca cola" Discussed on Suburban Folk

"Just the ride just the thing as they say to the coca cola logo so those little pieces of history that come out when you start doing this and you find out coca cola is everywhere and i think i'm more aware of it now by virtue of you and i have in conversation but it is absolutely true that you can find it everywhere and again it feels uniquely american even though it is of course an international worldwide brand the end of the book or towards the end. You talk about the last bottle. And hopefully i'm saying this right. You can correct me. It's basically the last time that has six ounces in change. I want to say is the bottle size but was created in. Sounds like all of it was spoken for as memorabilia. Collectibles that eventually got distributed. I thought that was really interesting. Story and again. I think hearkens to the history and people's attachment to the brand minnesota and another northern story. Not here but the coca cola bottler in winona had been actually bottling the six and a half ounce bottle forever you know. And it's gotten to the point. Nobody was bottling money. War and there was so much consolidation of bottling what had consolidated nobody did the six and a half ounce he continued to do them and there is to this day a demand for that little bottle and you will find it in the stores when it's now the bottles is probably made in mexico or someplace who knows. He decided to make the last run of the six. And a half ounce. He actually had to go out and seek who the that bottle because nobody was making you would get it from collectors and people that had the bottles and so forth to get enough to make that final run a couple thousand and invited people to come. You know to to purchase that last bottle. The last run one of the people that purchase did purchase the very last one and he was a coca cola..

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"coca cola" Discussed on Suburban Folk

Suburban Folk

03:17 min | 9 months ago

"coca cola" Discussed on Suburban Folk

"Very unique company was a mom and dad. They started this basically in the basement and we started building. Led christmas lights and it just got so popular that they bought. What at that. Time was the abandoned coca cola bottling plant in springfield to expand their business and it continued to grow last year. Not not this past christmas. But the christmas before when we were all able to move around that coca cola plant explicit narrow. The home of christmas done right. That's where the name comes from all these beautiful. La do displays it. They make new ones for the home or big commercial. Wonder whatever that plant was part of the community's christmas tour of homes and people just want to see it and people will the lady that the the runs the business told me she said is many people came to see the displays as came to see the plant and they all had memories of the cola plant. So it's a again. It's ed coca cola memory thing but it. If you're in springfield have a reason to be there. It's a chance to see it all coca cola plant and to see some great crossley ship in la dean displays wonderful place. That's actually a great segue to one of my other notes. Something that i felt like was a theme for this book more so even than the last one was the different places that were repurposing the coca cola buildings typically the bottling plants for concert venues and i know another one for like wedding venues a gathering hall which i really liked because again. It's one of these ways to bring people to a specific history but it's made relevant for today's social scene community. Whatever you wanna call it. Can you talk a little bit about those efforts to that are almost neighboring. In alabama one is in andalusia and the other is in dothan. I think they're probably sixty seventy miles apart. The woman dolts and then we've mentioned that earlier is the one where stanhope elmore was actually than the us. The one that started that plant and he in fact was a brother-in-law to william mellon graph of the famous bone graphs coca cola families on his sister had married william mellon grafton williams ideal of the stanhope got involved that he was already helping out and he expanded and when it adults and plant has been purchased by a gentleman who provides as a career protective service.

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"coca cola" Discussed on Suburban Folk

Suburban Folk

03:15 min | 9 months ago

"coca cola" Discussed on Suburban Folk

"Coca-cola santa's didn't go cool the stamps you know And so that's an example and further than that with coca-cola and chris was you have the the the golden goal. A trucks the big truck. Christmastime these huge semi is rolling into town. Right they're all decorated. And i mean in that world wide. I saw a message from a coca cola collector in england and he was anxious to find out what the roots was going to be for. The truck said christmas. So it's a big deal. And charlie brown charlie brown christmas the original one wanting to happen if coca-cola stepped up and said we think that's a great idea and came up with the money to make it happen and charlie brown's christmas lives on because of coca cola. They again what's what's a softer spot in your heart. that christmas. Why not could coca cola with it. And they have been very successful in that to continue that same point i when i was reading that section and you highlight springfield tennessee which i guess they call it. Christmas done brighton. It's all that section that you go over the Synonymous name of coke in christmas in the way. They've done that one that i didn't see in there that i definitely remember growing up. Are the polar bears the coca cola bears. Because i don't know when exactly they came out. But i feel like it was when i was of an impressionable age so that was what i was thinking of in a mike. That's actually one. I don't think i saw a good point. Maybe book number three. We didn't spend a lot of time on the rarer but the fact is they're almost as famous as santa claus and they're back every year lovable and you know did you are of his commercial issuer or solid gauze rescue dad and drove the big semi truck and brought dad. Back home to the little girl. That's classic here. Santa driving one of the big cola is so they touched all bait. They got santa. Got the big semi and the girls wish was to bring dead home for christmas at santa in the truck brought him home. What we cover all the heartstrings here. Yeah i don't know why. But i'm thinking of all the bad press. Mcdonald's used to get about appealing too much to kids but a little bit of that. Same vein again. Yeah reading that section even just thinking of my own experience yes definitely it is. It's synonymous with christmas in the holiday. That is part of it. Seems like most americans at least experience and going back to the christmas done bright. Can you talk a little bit about springfield tennessee. Yeah that's where. I was going to drop off the christmas done bright..

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"coca cola" Discussed on Suburban Folk

Suburban Folk

04:28 min | 9 months ago

"coca cola" Discussed on Suburban Folk

"You talk about the chapter in georgia. An art professor at the university of georgia got his students together and they formed a little group called the color of the world bright and they have gone around the state contracting making a ringlets with communities that have these signs that need to be restored and the that chapter tells about the different communities. Were they've gone. What the sign looked like before it was restored what it looks like now and and wyatt was restored. That and it's amazing. The effort is communities have gone to save our signs. You know it's a. Here's a the university. Professor this got his students involve as a learning process and then pick up a few bucks in the process. It's a great into into a wonderful thing to have the coca cola bureau zelter. I also picked out the very end of the section with georgia and specifically for columbus georgia. There's the picture of birthplace of coca cola so it sounds like there's well. Let's hope a friendly competition between columbus in atlanta claiming the birthplace of coca-cola. Can you tell me a little bit about that. In who wins f i. I'm a underdog guy. So i'm pulling for columbus. Well actually i guess it depends who you listen to. the supposedly. the truth of the matter is pemberton. invented the cer- created the surf's when he was in fact a druggist in calm. Okay and he went to. He moved to atlanta. Took the formula with him. And that's where it was actually produced. I think the backup the underdog story here One of the x. Archivist from coca cola on mr mooney goes with the theory that yes it was not in the developed in atlanta. It wasn't vetted in columbia and columbus that here that says that's why story up stick to it so i guess it was. I probably put on sale in atlanta and that little drugstore where it was sold for medicinal purposes supposedly and it went from there so let them both fight over. They both have monuments and statues to to the birth of coca cola. Long as we've got it in the right state. I guess that's another task for people that are following your book and trying to go on the coca cola trail maybe they can go to atlanta. They can go to columbus and decide for themselves who gets which piece of the pie. And i in turn will get to see a good amount of the state of georgia so that that's a good point. At least they're not too far from each other that you could do that. Comparison in columbus to while they're there. There's a lot of pemberton memorabilia. They're supposedly worked in his home. And there's a lot of coca cola industry in columbus georgia trip. And i i know i keep referencing. It's a theme that we talked about before. That's another one of the things i like about. The book is these are towns that people might not have on their bucket lists otherwise but there are a lot of historical items to appreciate in again especially with what we face this last year. It's a better time than any other time to realize. There's a lot of cool stuff in your backyard again. I'm in virginia. So there are certainly towns that get into the western side of the state that i need to put on my list and we were just in the smoky mountains for me the first time actually this past year as kind of stay and clearly there are some tennessee. Towns that are highlighted. plenty of tennessee. Towns that you can find out a lot more and what their history is one piece..

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"coca cola" Discussed on The Scholarship Shark Podcast

The Scholarship Shark Podcast

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"coca cola" Discussed on The Scholarship Shark Podcast

"Asia students make major life decisions about where to go to college and what to do when they get there even without having spent time learning about themselves to make informed decisions in today's episode. I'm going to talk about how personality tests can be used in. The college admissions process and in our scholarship segment. I'm gonna talk about the coca cola scholars foundation scholarship welcome to the scholarship shark. Podcast i'm pam andrews. Your host as a college admissions consultant. I believe that getting into college does not need to be complicated or confusing and paying for it doesn't need to be costly and you're here because you believe the same. Join me each week. As i shared advice on the college admissions process as well as scholarship tips. So let's get started with today's episode. Welcome back to the scholarship shark podcast. I'm pam andrews your host and in today's episode. I'm gonna talk about personality in. The college admissions process really focusing on personality tests and in our scholarship segment. I'm gonna talk about the coca cola. Scholarship so now while it's great for you to showcase your grades standardized test scores and other accomplishments in your college admissions application. Colleges are not only concerned with stats. They wanna be able to get a feel for who you are and what your character is and whether or not you're a good fit for their university so in other words they wanna see your personality shine through your application and there are plenty of opportunities to do just that but before you start applying to college. You really have to start with discovering who you are what interests you and your personality type. You really should go through a process of self discovery now. There are many ways to do this. you can talk to others people who know you you trust their opinion. They can provide a very objective opinion. You can journal and capture your ideas and your thoughts down in a notebook. You can try new experiences things that challenge you but another way you can go through. This process of self-discovery is with a personality test and a personality test is an assessment designed to measure the characteristics patterns or traits that you exhibit across various situations. Now it's so toll that's used to help you out to help you gain a better understanding of yourself so that you can make decisions that are right for you now. There are many different types of personality tests. But i'm going to focus on a common one. Called the myers briggs. It's also called the myers briggs type indicator or the m b. ti. Now this is made up of sixteen different combinations of four letters with each of the possible letters representing a psychological preference so the letters represent one preference from each of the following four types. So number one. You're either an introvert or an extrovert number. Two you're either. Intuition are sensing number three. You're either thinking or feeling and number four you're either judging or perceiving and the way it works is that for a number one introvert or extrovert. It's where do you prefer to direct your focus. Are you more inward or outward number..

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"coca cola" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"coca cola" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Is that okay If you've gone into Fassou plays lately and you see these huge vending machines you know you've got about twenty options and buttons. Of Bush, you can get anything coca-cola. pushable. Right, when did they start to diversify and extra like orange crush I know orange crush with available when I was a kid and that was my second favorite I. Mean I love the the orange crush in the same kind of sixteen ounce bottles that you could get cocaine. But when did they start that diversification in different kinds of drinks? Why think it came two ways? You had bottlers who were already bottling. Sodas you know SAS parole whatever. So ramblers a natural addition to what they were doing. And consequently other bottlers who were just bottling Coca Cola. Said wait a minute. You know we could. We is some more product we could get on the shelves we're going to these stores anyhow. So it evolved and that coca-cola solid what was happening and they started creating the Coca Cola brands the Santa's etc you know. I mean today Coca Cola is the so many products the average person you know it just a boy away I mean monster for example, he had familiar with the monster energy drink. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah Coca Cola product I did not know that. There's a story behind Bab, they bought into it percentage in by it all and part of the agreement was, would they want into it that they would not could use an energy drink in the United States. While, they developed an energy drink. In. England. At Ucla now you see it in the United States. While Monster said, wait a minute. We got this agreement will I don't know what was involved one dollars worth changed hands but always on monster signed off on the ACA Cola you. We're not gonNA fight you if you want to bring your energy to the United States. So you could go into store now and I think there's three flavors of Coca Cola Energy and they're you know they're in that that. Recognizable thin, tall can, and and. You know they're into milk. Who? have. A bottle of water to write. They have about water products. Dishonest Johnny Right Yeah. There's a bodmer in my book. In a home of Tennessee. who bottles of both cans and the plastics and he also bottles dishonesty he has been able to set up a system called reversal electrolysis or whatever it is to create that who are water and he bottles the Sunday for the whole state a- Tennessee one, you know but Tucson is extremely popular. Yeah. You know I was smiling before when you said Sas Parrilla, my I look at my Demographics show and the you just a portion of my show. The people who listen are eighteen to twenty five followed closely by the twenty, five, thirty, five, I doubt. They ever heard the words. Were The old. Western movie that used to be an hour Gimme a Saas Perello margin. A What about Dr Pepper was that was that always around what was that of rival of coq? Rival and it started out very similar. It started out in Texas and it was a pharmacist who came up with the formula and. GonNa heck of a job would that product and in setting a bothers and you'll find a one of Coca Cola bottlers also handle Dr Pepper right and they came didn't co come out with Cherry Coke to kind of. To compete with that or something well, I'm over was to compete with empathy definitely want a new flavor and for a while Cherry, coke was extremely popular. They're always. Experimenting they had that that orange dream cycle when they came out with not too long ago. The idea is. Get as many products as you can take up as much space, other grocery store shelves, you can't. How much of your life? How much time and energy that you put into researching his book and writing it? Two and a half years on this one and. we have a new one coming out. It's anthem printers as we speak, it's called return to the Coca Cola trail. Announced got another two hundred pages and another twenty seven chapters places to go. You know it. It's just amazing. I got into this thing and I couldn't turn her loose. People would come to me and say, are you aware of you know at I'd investigated and sure enough. So when we did a second book, it'll be out it's up supposed to have it back from the perimeter about two weeks why it's called returned to the Coca Cola. All right. Well, we have the coca-cola the the url up in abatements growing along the Hope program. If you WANNA, get the book right now it's available on Larry's website there So it's just the Coca Cola trail that calm very easy. Of course, link will be in the descript always Any value. Are you talking about collectibles? Is If value in some of this stuff like say if I had a bag full of coca cola bottle caps would that be worth anything. About the camps. I do know that at one time. During, the war. They couldn't make they couldn't get the medal to make the caps were some bottlers. The were actually recycling the caps back to the company in Chicago, and with those camps came back they were painted gray. So as A great. coca-cola cap, which is very rare that would be worth something and there wasn't a lot of made but not camps as much as the bottles and you know you, you talk about Coca Cola Memorabilia you walk into a country store you walk into a flea market you walk into an antique store there's going to be Coca Cola on the wall all over the place. Right look at the prices on some of that stuff is pretty good and That's odd to me that people were wanted like on a sweatshirt on a pillow or you know what they have lots is so many different products that have that logo on it, and it's just surprising to me why bad is an attractive product?.

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"coca cola" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"coca cola" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Think not. Long. They did bring it back sort of as a memory thing in a very limited amount and who knows it was sold or whatever but it was. It was a promotion didn't last long. So. I. Don't know a there. You got into this part of it, but cocaine within an IT originally at some point, right when it will. Vest verify started there was cocaine or trace amounts of cocaine and. That's a slightly exaggerated version of what happened but you know the competition likes spread that the Coca Cola formula is made from the Kola nut. and the coca. Leaf. Leaf is in fact processed. To get the flavor out of it, but it is not highly processed as they do to make cocaine. And now, because of that in the early, very early stages of Coca Cola there was that sleight. Of Hint whatever you WANNA call it of cocaine which came from the coca leaf being processed the way it was it got to be such a hassle. The owner of Coca Cola as candler. Who knows how much money our chemists and research people want to make sure there was no trace of that ever ever again because it was starting to get some bad rap and it wasn't really cocaine it was an ingredient for McAleese Won't insure. gave him a lot of grief for awhile. Wow and so when when did they actually start marketing it like where you can buy it and six packs and all that kind of stuff was that wasn't right away right I guess you would buy a single bottle at at one point and then some somewhere along the line somebody said we. Do this six packs in cases and that kind of stuff always that immediate. Well almost immediate, not quite but Chattanooga were these two lawyers would back that became the first licensed approved bottler for Coca Cola, and to this day the operation there is one of the biggest N Coca-cola and they started fairly soon looking at other ways the market one of them. In Chattanooga, there's a company that was successful for many many years making the old wooden cartons member, the the one Ray, and ironically there was also in Chattanooga, a company that made the bottles and the license from Indiana to make the bottles will the salesman from the from the Carton. Company. Wouldn't carton company and the salesman from the bottle company. They take off other road together and they'd go visit bottlers around the country and they would sell them coca cola bottles. Well, they have to come in a case. To sail. So it was pretty pretty quick that they got into ways of multiple marketing in the wooden cases I one and that came fairly soon. And a bottle pretty much stayed the same bright for for the first fifty, sixty years whatever it was. lutely. Bottles got a light green color to it. Yeah. Why Because when the company Indiana. The Root Glass Company, when they made the bottle, they had A. A sand. Quarry about fifty miles away. In a town called Greencastle, which has nothing to do with the color, but it's ironic the town is greencastle. So they brought the sand by rail to Tara hold and made the bottle while as it turned out, there was copper and other minerals in that sand that created the green color. Global Coal I did so much at first they called a German green and they said, no, that's not a good idea. Then they called a Georgia greed but consequently after that, any glassmaker that made a coca cola bottle. If there are sand did not contain the minerals they were required to get them and make sure that they made green bottles to. Wow interesting stuff that said that copper in the bottle affect the taste at all. No. No it was the the comper was you know in the sand and the sand is they make glass they built the sand and it had no no affect on the taste of the product and all but it it certainly added in a fake. Incurs old. It strikes me as my one of my memories is my brother and I arguing about bottles versus cans and it does infect the taste and does it taste different in a bottle and the candidate? We I think we had that argument several times When did they start canning it? Actually. They started canning it. About in the eighties nineteen eighties as well. They really got into it because we become a throwaway society. And coca-cola actually sent out a memo to their bottlers about ten fifteen before that in the sixties that said canning is coming get ready for it. Okay. Because we have become a throwaway society of people didn't WANNA take bottles back to the store and. Consequently, the bottle manufacturers came up with the throwaway bottle. Well, you say, well, what what's the difference? There's a big difference in the construction of it made. Okay but yeah. So in any case they. They a lot of to change over to canning. For a lot of these small bottlers that was an expensive proposition and many of them would get together and form a Canon cooperatives where what they were known a canning plant that would can coca-cola for all and then it would go the different bottlers, some somebody's and Zach. Are Independent bothers to this day. Aren't some Phil can as well as vital in their their companies but most of them have gone to the Cooper project. So. I never have lots of different kinds of bottles out but there is a place near me where I can get like what looks like the classic bottle but somebody told me the Mickens in Mexico are they still making him in the US? Not to my knowledge, they're not making him in the US, but they are selling still selling a lot of because it's an astounding. ironically, the last bottler to actually bottle the six and a half ounce Coca Cola. was about three years ago in one own Minnesota. And he bottled the six and a half obser- for the last time, and he actually had to go to sources to get another bottles to new the bond leg I think they ran like two thousand and some bottles. became sort of collectors thing. In fact, A bottler from Saint, Cloud Minnesota bought the last one for two thousand dollars and the other ones all sold for ten dollars each and the money would to improve the trail system in will not Minnesota. So there's no money that I'm aware of in the United States bobbling.

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"coca cola" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"coca cola" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"A coke was being used as a doorstop. How many I get people try this you know the song about. peanut senior coke. It's an old country song now. It is a country song about hours, putting peanuts and my coke when when. Any so This why in Santa Fe New Mexico buys a fifty pound bag of peanuts. And it gets his kids to put the peanuts, the little one serving bags, and for every bag that they made, he battled two bottles coca-cola load it all into his little truck and went to the local football game, and he would sell peanuts, and after somebody had peanuts, they had a thirst. So then they had by coke and. That's how he started. There were a lot of other ways some of the bombers took it on. We're bottling you know all kinds of sodas SAS morillas, orange, and lemon lime, and all that, and so then send out a case of mixed drinks to a customer, and they'd slip in a couple of bottles of Coca Cola zero. They could get him to try it and those are the types of things that were done to get people to try Coca Cola. Was a harsh awful for awhile. So But what was the Chola what what people were college before Coca Co Coca Cola came out with it where was there a cola drink or were they the first ones that actually had coal a carbonated? Water I it's. First Ones Ed became so successful that there were a lot of brands of colas. You had the Chiro coal you had all kinds of brands and the problem those was in early nineteen hundreds is battling was whatever they could get their hands on to put it in a bottled. Consequently the consumer was really confused. Am I getting coca-cola? Am I getting trivial one of my getting so Coca Cola in nineteen five and this is why The Coca Cola bottle is what it is in nineteen o five Coca Cola went to the bottle makers in the United States and they offered a challenge. We want a bottle that has a coca cola bottle. It'll be our bottle of we nothing like while six bottlers bottle makers took the challenge and they all created their own idea for Coca Cola bottle the a year later, the six that competed. took their product to. For a meeting of Coca Cola bottlers and one model was selected that one happened to be be produced in Terre Haute. Indiana, by the Root Glass Company and that one one, the right to battle, and so consequently, every bottle Coca Cola from that day forward had to be in that bottle it was designed by the Root Glass Company. Now, they maintained the the exclusive patent to that for about twenty five years and what other glass companies would need to bottle to make bottles for Coca Cola they had to pay the company in Indiana a world EC. Eventually, coca-cola said, wait a minute are they bought out the rights to their own bottle from this bottling maker in in Indiana and it's been a coca-cola property of her since I? Show you the value of that bottle. We're talking about collectors. The bottle collectors are just as avid. You know when you got that bottle of coca. Cola machine chances are if you looked on the bottom, there was a town on the bottom of that bottle as to where that Coca Cola was bomb. That became a big collector thing and the the the more rare in the town, the more extensive the bottle to collect her. Role the comet bottle in collecting the holy grail is at were. When they did it in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, each bottle maker. After the test they were supposed to be destroyed except the winning bottle one went to Coca Cola archives another one disorder sorta disappeared. You know well, obviously in somebody had it and it came up for auction a year ago in California and the reason we know it's that model is because it's dated nineteen o five. And they weren't maybe in nine they were they started making them in nineteen oh six. Five it had to be that one remaining prototype and that model went up for auction and sold for over a hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Oh. My goodness. So when you say stuff like that I'm thinking about all the money I could have thrown away traded back for a nickel because the bottles you are in those days I don't even think it wasn't nickel when when you took it back for recycling or do you get your deposit? I think it was a penny or two pennies back in the sixties and not even a nickel. But so you you you tell me I gave away a hundred fifty thousand dollars. For House you census. What you may but I don't know how that one existed and finally came up for auction but. Nevertheless it. It was a survivor. The other one is. In the archives and coca-cola corporate in Atlanta. Right. So and the funny thing is that plenty I don't know how funny is. But when People Order Cola they don't they just call it a coke they assuming no matter what kind what brand it is they're gonna say coke just you know give me a burger and a coke Burger fries and a coke whatever even if they're getting Pepsi or whatever would be of the brain. They. WanNa which. is in well, that's goals. You know another story about you remember the Coca Cola. The Du Hoc. Member that dry air new coca thug perlman the reason for that product about that time Pepsi was doing a thing called the Pepsi Challenge Right I remember that. and. You would go up to the counter and there would be two unmarked glasses and you take a sip of each one and then you would say which one is the best will people were taking the Pepsi At Drove Coca Cola Greasy. So he's GonNa Change Floor Mail. So they changed formula they came out with the new coq. What happened if you take a sip of two different beverages? And one is sweeter chances are you're going to go with the sweeter one? But for long term enjoyment, you're gonna go with the Coca Cola. Coca Cola was so. Sucked into that project by Pepsi, you know that they had to have a new product and they created the new Coca Cola. They were GONNA, die by rabid for two years it went on this. New Coca Cola and I mean deliveryman who are delivering Coca Cola the grocery stores said liberal would cost them say, where's my? Goal I want like were. Flying. I remember having arguing with my brother when I when we were kids about, which was better coca Pepsi, and of course, Pepsi was a little sweeter and as a younger kid, I liked to Pepsi in those days but he was a diehard coke guy and and coke was better and so but when in the eighties came along and they had that Pepsi Townsend in New Co, came out it was clear that you know new coq was trying to tastes like Pepsi nobody likes nobody likes the new coq they all wanted the all coke. And it but it took go to Cholla two years to realize they've made a mistake. To give. A period when they had new coq out and classic coke and you could either at one point there. Yes. There were I think I guess maybe they were trying to get rid inventory I don't know..

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"coca cola" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"coca cola" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Exciting whether adventure Manetti Al So. There's to newseum. Private museums. For coca-cola, certainly nearby and would be a great travel feature. So I went to the first one in Vicksburg did little information on them. Then I went to the next one, which is in Monroe Louisiana and as I got talking to the people at that museum and the family is History Coca Cola history. I realized there is so much more to this than just a little feature. There's a book it's all over the place and that inspired me to go after it and to create the book and and there are so many interesting places to visit that are coca-cola history. We're not talking about Atlanta everybody written about it Atlanta Ghetto we're talking about, for example, Vicksburg Mississippi. were. Coca Cola I modeled bottled in VICKSBURG MISSISSIPPI NOT IN ATLANTA. It was bottled there by a gentleman that had a a sort of phone and an ice cream store and a candy store, and he was selling Coca, Cola? Fountain drinks he was also the distributor for the Coca Cola Syrup so he'd get it for his store and Sell it to other stores to make Fountain Cokes Yanni thought this was eighteen, ninety five. And he's not. You know it's a long walk into Vicksburg from wherever you are. If we put this stuff in bottles, we bring it to you and that's how it started. He actually was bottling for five years before coca-cola said Yeah it's okay to bottle. You just. Did it you know and? The family at the beaten orange they became anyone who follows coca-cola role know that the beaten of the pioneer coca-cola families, bottling families, and they're still bottling today and. It's just typical of what's in the book. It's all kinds of places where you could go and see coca-cola history and wire looking at it. We're going to tell you what you're looking at. Right. It's an American phenomenon, but now it since eighteen ninety-five, it's grown into a worldwide phenomenon. I mean you can't go anywhere in the world with the brand. coca-cola is not known, right? It is the world's best known brand. Best. It is also the world's best collected brand people coca cola, Idol Care coca-cola whatever got Coca Cola on it in collectible. There's an organization of coca-cola collectors several thousand of them they made and have rallies and trade. events where they swamp and they have an annual convention is a big deal and these people are into Coca Cola, collectible. But you know it was and I think what we try to say what the book. It was those little Coca Cola bottlers who thought. This might be worse something and they started bottling it and they're the ones really that created the Coca Cola Empire as we know it today, it's little guys who took a chance opera. For new, Orleans, you know said, we're going to try it. You know. Coca Cola. Bottling was a good idea. Yeah. I was just going to ask you about that. was that something that the the corporation the company supported or were these guys in working independently and coming up with their own bottling techniques, him a bottle styles and all that kind of stuff. It's A. Story again on unsuccess-. Two young lawyers from Chattanooga. Fought you know if we could get the rights to bottle Coca Cola we could probably make some money. Her make a trip to Atlanta and they meet with the gentleman as candler who was making the Coca Cola Syrup. And they said to him Mr Candler. We want exclusive rights to bottle. Coca Cola in the United States and he said that's a pretty dumb idea. Is Arnold Arnold that idea It took them to wings to Jim to at least look the idea. So he said, all right go back drama contract. Let me take a look at it which they did. He looked at it and he said I don't think this is makes any central. He said I'm worried about the quality of the product being maintained bottling. He said it's a quote a dumb idea, and if it doesn't work dot com calling back to me with it and he charged them one dollar for the home or the exclusive rights to bottle Coca Cola and every place. But Mississippi because that's where joe was already doing gay. So they go back to Chattanooga. You Know Matt you know the story about the the dog chasing the car what do you do with it when you can't you? We these guys were the same way. They go back to Chattanooga the got the rights to bottle Coca Cola over the united. States, and between the two of them have got fifteen hundred dollars you know. So like what are we going to? So what they did after setting up their own little bottling plant and realizing that wasn't going to make. They said, wait a minute. We've got the rights and they started selling territories. You WanNa bottle, Coca Cola, and Paducah. Great. A fifty mile radius for X. amount of money and you could follow Coca Cola. However, you must use the Coca Cola, Syrup, which comes from Atlanta and when you get the syrup. We being the ones who sold you the rights also got a commission on every gallon of Syrup that you buy. So they sold have been cut. You know kept their fingers in the pie to speak and it was that initial franchising what it was that created the coca-cola. Empire, people said, let's try it and it wasn't easy you. There were a lot of obstacles and coca-cola were so different that People were afraid to try it just there's a lot of stories in the book as to how the bottlers convince the customer to try the drink. Well Yeah. Let's talk about that. So it wasn't really a marketed to kids as it started out. Right? It was an adult drank. Right and you know it through meridia originally developed the syrup was developed by Pemberton. Who thought he had a civil war injury and he was looking for some worries some way to get relief. So it was developed from medicinal purposes as they say well. You know one of the ways unique ways is like that a bodmer out in Santa. Fe. decided to do it. He bottled his first case coca-cola took it to his local grocery store the man there was his friend and he said, I'll leave you the case and I'll be back in a week to pick up my money. Well he came back at a week and the case,.

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"coca cola" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"coca cola" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"And please press that red button to subscribe there. We're trying to get two thousand subscribers. It's too big of a story to explain why. But there is a reason for that. Okay. As we kick off the show. I think one of the things that is almost indigenous to America is Coca Cola, especially if you grow up in the south yet. That's a given. We had Coca-Cola up here q. North. Our guest is Larry Johnson, the author of the Coca Cola tro trail, welcome to the show. Larry. Hey, good morning. Glad to be here. Righty engineer. Could you turn his feet to us up a little bit? We can just barely hear. It. Coca Cola really is indigenous to the United States now almost two world. And I think what everybody thinks about Coca Cola. The first thing. Like, we did when I first spoke to you as we think of Atlanta, Georgia the Coca Cola museum, which by the way is on our YouTube site, but it started long before it landed. Didn't it? It. Sure did. And and basically we call the book the Coca Cola trail because there's places you can go. Visit tremendous Coca Cola history. Ziems and resting sites. And that's really what we. Explain to the reader were you can visit very. Coca cola. What is it? Now. Was Coca Cola. It's fun travel. Where does it really start? And is there. Yeah. It starts were bobble. Coca cola. Started a great place to visit Vicksburg. I wanna history and Vicksburg and one of the places to visit is the Coca Cola reading Harn museum. Not what that is. Was a gentleman by the name of Joe Biden, who I bottled Coca Cola was the first one to do it. He had little soda fountain. And. And he was actually. Fine and even distributing the original Coca Cola true in those days to get a cold soda fountain. And they gave you a shot of water as I call it. Coca Cola syrup in. There you go. Well, go at his local candy store thought, you know, this is so good. If I could get to the people in the country. And he thought about Bod Lagan. Thank you wanted to say Lewis and bought a second ad Bob lake, and that's all. Yeah. I think people need to realize to like you said that there was Coca Cola before it was ever in a bottle. You had to go to the drugstore or the soda fountain candy shop, whatever where they would spritz it up right in front of you along with a good float or Sundays to go along with it. But. The I think everyone's main history though, is Dr Pemberton or whatever in Atlanta where did it move to Atlanta or become the giant corporation that it is now? Well, obviously, it started in Atlanta Pemberton invented the formulas for the syrup. Solvent to Asia candler who was really then promoting distribution of the syrup and the gentleman in Vicksburg was one of the distributors. And became very aggressive. He had five brothers. And they later went on to become one of the largest Coca Cola. Bodley corporations in the United States establish plants throughout the south and southwest Vicksburg. We're back to the travel here. You can see the original song. It's been restored. It is now a historical society museum. And as long as you're there. He. Not that far to enroll Louisiana were the beaten museum. And it tells the whole history of that family. They're Coca-Cola stories and has a lot of memorabilia, and it's another great Coca Cola place to visit. And there's there's a lot of one of my favorite is in alisonville, Alabama. Or an old Coca Cola plant was given to the city for their. Museum with the proviso that some of the original Bobby equipment would stay in there as part of the museum. So great. I think I wandered away for your question. Coca cola. As we say a lot of license to bottle five years after. On the job eaten are started bottling. And that is an interesting story. As of candler who had the syrup. Was making it told the two gentlemen from Chattanooga that he would give them. After some negotiations never rights to baba Coca Cola throughout the United States. It will sell them that for a dollar, except they couldn't do it Mississippi because John is already. For a dollar, which he never collected. These guys went back to Chattanooga to figure out. How are we going to bottle? Coca Cola now to answer your question. Was that really created? I think Coca Cola L person that an international brand because these guys get back to Chattanooga. Like, how do this? The lightbulb goes on and they start selling pieces of the territory that they have. Other people they come Coca Cola. Bob lers. And it really.

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"coca cola" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"coca cola" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Op Ed I like, Robert Redford. I had to say not what he was actually talking. Not what you know, the the commentary, but rather the idea. Di take that man to heart. The other story that I love is the story of Coca Cola. Coca Cola after eleven years of advertising in the Super Bowl is not going to be there before kick-off. They're just not doing the event Cassivi s is looking for a little over five million dollars. To run ad in the game. Right. If you run an ad pre-game gossip you hundred thousand or could cost a few million. They are running a sixty second commercial just before kickoff. All about diversity and inclusion. Oh, wait. Maybe I spoke too soon. Maybe I spoke too soon Coca-Cola doing we have a long history of using the country's biggest advertising stage to share a message of unity, and positively especially at times when our nation fields divided this year, we decided to place our ad Jesse for the national anthem as Americans come together in their living rooms to remind everyone that together is beautiful. Does that include conservatives and liberals, I mean are conservatives invited to the party because usually they're kept out of the party Republicans are told they're not welcome there not invited to be part of marches. They're not allowed on college campuses. They're kept away. So so what is the what is the together that we're talking about here that is beautiful. You know what? Spoke too soon. Coca cola. I thought you were pulling out of the Super Bowl because you didn't want to be around. What it is. They have done. Heck what I know? Maybe you're just exhausted by Tom Brady. Maybe you said, you know, what we don't want to support cheaters. Which would have been awesome. If you did. But no, no,.

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"coca cola" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:05 min | 3 years ago

"coca cola" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Worldly, fellow Fred Weintraub who is sitting in studio with me as well. Joining us now on the phone, author of the book, entitled the Coca Cola trail is Larry Jorgensen. Thank you Larry for for your time tonight. I know it's the middle of the night. All right. Thank you. Glad to be here. We are. We are big fans of Coca Cola around the studio. There are lots of them around here. But what what possessed you, I know this this product has been around for literally more than one hundred years what possessed you to write a book about it. Well, we have two very interesting places in Coca Cola history nearby, and I started out by investigating those. And I realized there was much more to this than just those places. My book is called people and places in the history of Coca Cola, and we go all the way back to eighteen ninety four was some unique stories and primarily what we try to do. The book is not only the history, but places where the reader can still go and see some of this history. You know, whether it's a Coca Cola bland us. Now something else or a Coca Cola museum or or whatever. Did it does have a very storied history. I remember growing up, and my mom would say that my her aunt. So my great aunt had been addicted to it because of cocaine, and I was like what that's just crazy mom is that factor fix it. That's primarily should. But I do know a lot of people that are addicted to it because it's a it's a fabulous beverage. But the that comes from the fact that the original formula for the syrup use coca leaves, which ultimately if you wanna do like the boys. Do. Yeah. You could make but cocoa leaves? No. So the formula had coca leaves added had the coal. That's. Gradients in the original Coca Cola formula. All right. The other thing that I have to check with you. Because nobody remember Fred Fred Weintraub who sitting in studio with me tonight as well. He claims to remember this. But I think he's just being nice when I was little my grandmother who was a nurse used to if I had a upset stomach like every little kid gets all the time. She would go out here have some coke syrup, and she would go to this medicine bottle that she'd gotten at the pharmacy, and it was what I believe was the syrup from Coca Cola. Do you remember this? I I am not had crystal memory of that. And I think today it would be extremely difficult to buy. Although you can if you go on read, you could find it. The Coca Cola syrup. That is used in the bottling of Coca Cola. I purchased some one time it comes in a very large bag, and we had it made into. Coca-cola jelly for Christmas. But normally it would not be available. I say at a pharmacy. Whether it was in those days who knows that's, but I know there are people that do count on Coca Cola. Because gradients and the carbonation. Give them some relief from stomach problems or you could have a coup believer. Absolutely. It just in part of that. Phase that sells your stomach when you've got a problem when you don't feel well. Well, I think it's psychosomatic because I remember having my grandma gift syrup whatever is tiny. So I'm like, oh that always makes me feel better so leery, would you would you consider yourself a coke a Coca-Cola connoisseur? I'm afraid not. I'm an old news dog who got interested in this story and decided to make a book out of it. I know a lot of Coca Cola concerts said I'd met some wonderful Coca Cola people in doing the book. But unfortunately, I am not a connoisseur of Coca Cola. I like it. It's good beverage. It's not a mustard on my list. So as you were writing the book, what were the what were the couple of things that absolutely shocked you business mistakes. They Coca-Cola made sold something for a dollar that they should have sold for a million dollars. Right, right. That's to me. Fascinating story. Well, you know, Coca Cola was first bottled the very first time in eighteen ninety four in Vicksburg, Mississippi was a gentleman by the name of Joe Biden iron who was had a a Felton soda fountain. And was getting the syrup for his salt. And he was also a distributor of the syrup and out of frustration. Not being able to get the beverage to people in the country. He decided he would try to bottle it. He did. And Coca-Cola said. Yeah, that's what I was. So what you know, you're right on the dollar. It was five years ago. Five years later, the attorneys Chattanooga. Ben Thomas ago, white held one to Atlanta and convince the owner of Coca Cola syrup that time was Acer candler. They wanted to bottle Coca Cola, and he said to them. This is ridiculous. He said he does. And so I saw syrup and they wore down to the point where he signed over the rights to bottle Coca Cola in the United States every place, but Mississippi for a dollar, and he never collected the dollar. So Mr Thomas. Mr Whitehead, go back to Chattanooga. And it's what are we gonna do? Now. Maybe maybe they needed to go take an MBA class. They probably didn't make the right business decision. But as you look globally in as you did all this research is kind of interesting to just realize how much Coca Cola whether you're a fan of the drink and not a fan of the drink. How it so in bedded threaded in our entire society from the jingles Coca-Cola's come I'd like to. Teach the world to see there's not a single person who who doesn't know that. And whether you're at a grocery store in London or Yugoslavia, or Singapore, you go down the beverage. I l and you see that the way you see that logo. You see that logo? And in many ways that logo that drink that branding. It really does bring us all together. Does it has special memories for a lot of people and the book, I'm very fortunate that I take those memories have come out in in people that have wanted to read the book, there's thirty chapters about all sorts of interesting things, I know GM gets down into Indiana. And you've got this story of the bottle starting in Indiana wires, the bottle green the we we have that out of greencastle, Indiana, and so forth that made it just Coca Cola history is all over the country and the book is a tribute to those independent bottlers at really they're the ones that made Coca Cola wasn't Atlanta. It was all about others. Who said, yeah, I'd best fifty two hundred dollars in this project, and I have a fifty mile territory, I'm gonna make Coca Cola. It is fascinating. How is such a simple decision by by one man just to help his his? His his people out in the country get to enjoy the same beverage. Those in town were drinking has really changed so much of our culture because I can't imagine people walk down the street. We have the cans we have the bottles really, really interesting. Larry Jorgensen, author of the Coca Cola trail people in places in the history of Coca Cola, and you can pick that up. We're finding books are sold. You can go straight to Larry's website, which is the Coca Cola trail dot com. And there's other items also for sale Larry thank you so much for your time tonight. Thank you. I've enjoyed talking with you and brought back. Good memories of my days in Chicago. We're happy to have you. Thanks so much. Appreciate it Hannah's Stanley here on WGN radio with the the worldly, fellow who's probably seen Coca Cola and more countries than I can count. That is Fred Weintraub. He is sitting in with me as well. We'll be back right after this under BGN..

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