My favorite Coca-Cola® story is that we save money in a big Coca-Cola money
bank, and then we have lots of money to spend on holiday.
I have been married to my husband for three years now, and he has only talked
about this story once. My husband is a pilot, and some time ago while he was flying
in the Canadian arctic, a storm came upon them forcing them to land. The captain
left on foot to find a nearby hunting camp, and Jeffrey stayed behind by himself. He
had nothing, except two cans of Coke®. He said that he curled up into a ball with
his two cans of Coke and waited out the storm -- and for the captain to return. I was
so shocked by this story when he told me, the only thing that I could think to ask him
was: "Were they Diet Coke® or regular?" He married me anyway!
I've been visiting New York city and Times Square since I was
18. That dates back to 1961 and in subsequent visits to "The
Big Apple," I always look forward to seeing the Coke sign. To
me, this location is truly the "heart" of NYC and Times
Square. To me, looking at the Coke sign means I've arrived
in NYC and I'm truly standing at the most exciting place in
all of Manhattan! While your new sign is fitting for the 21st
Century, my favorite will always be the 1991 sign with the
Coke bottle and its movable cap! That neon sign was SO
SPECTACULAR, I was thrilled whenever I saw it. Luckily I will always be able to see it in
my videos that I've taken over the years, so it will live on in my heart forever! And
someday, if you can ever find it in your heart to recreate the 1991 neon version once
more, I'll be the first in line to view it, wherever it appears in the world!
When I was small I had a pony who loved Coca-Cola. If you were near him with a
bottle, he would nudge you in the back with his head until he got a drink. Everybody
loves Coke, even Peanut.
When we had family get-togethers, my mom didn’t want the kids to feel
left out because they were drinking caffeine-free Coca-Cola®, so we