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The museum was inspired to serve as a continuation of The Presence - Tonight history dating back to During this time, Dr. John S. Pemberton, a pharmacist from Atlanta, created a unique soft drink with a specific flavour syrup that was highly popular.
Frank M. Robinson, his partner and bookkeeper is responsible for the name of Coca-Cola as well as the well-known design of the script. The museum was located in a three-story pavilion, and its entrance Coca-Cola Blues - Various - Fountain Favorites From The World Of Coca-Cola a huge neon Coca-Cola sign 30 feet high and 26 feet wide. The tour started on the top floor and worked downwards, featuring approximately 1, Coca-Cola artifacts presented in chronological order, interactive exhibits such as a replica s soda fountain, video presentations of Coca-Cola advertising over the years, and a minute film about Coke around the world.
At the 'Tastes of the States' area in the same room, guests were able to try 22 different soft drink brands, some available only regionally. There was also a gift shop. It opened to the public on May 24,relocating from and replacing the original exhibit. However, citing operation costs, sincethe plant runs in simulation as such practice was discontinued. There are other World of Coca-Cola locations beyond Atlanta as well.
The facade was themed to resemble a polar expedition with props such as a snowmobile. Like other Coca-Cola exhibits, it included an area where guests could taste Coca-Cola beverages from around the world.
However, Club Cool closed in It closed inbut the Everything Coca-Cola store remains open. It closed on January 15, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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