1960 magazine ad for V-8 Cocktail Vegetable Juices
The eight vegetables in V-8 are beets, celery, carrots, lettuce, parsley, watercress, spinach and tomato. And yes, I know tomatoes are botanically fruit.
Here. Have a history timeline of V-8!
This is probably my favorite of this last batch of Coca-Cola Santa ads.
Coca-Cola’s Santa Claus, 1958
Coca-Cola’s Santa Claus, 1952
Coca-Cola’s Santa Claus, 1953
Coca-Cola’s Santa Claus, 1954
A history of the Concord grape.
A history of the Concorde.
Methodist History: Communion and Welch’s Grape Juice
The approach in the advertising copy is… interesting. “We spent a lot of money on advertising, so give us your money.”
You can wear whatever you like, ok?
Just not with a Pepsi, ok?
Before 1955, Coca-Cola was only sold at soda fountains or in 6.5 ounce bottles. Tres dainty.
The oldest known masks are around 9,000 years old.
Have you ever seen a kola nut?
“It is better to look good than to feel good.” – Fernando Lamas (the real one and the one played by Billy Crystal on SNL)
Advertising Rule 3,657: Unless your product is a vaginal irrigation device, make sure your product’s name doesn’t have “douche” in it when spoken.
Mountain Dew’s Dewshine