People and Places in the History of Coca-Cola by Larry Jorgensen REVIEW
This book is a travel adventure and it's full of history. It takes readers to places where Coca-Cola history is told through historic buildings, local museums, memorabilia displays, and restored
It's the stories of those pioneer bottlers and the challenges they faced while creating the world's most recognized product.
Thirty chapters and over 200 pages include historic photos.
I received this book free in the mail to review on my blog.
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If you love Coca Cola, you must read this book! Each chapter of the book are the different cities that owned Coca Cola bottling factories. It tells the stories of where it first started and how people were able to obtain these factories.
I enjoyed looking at the excellent photos that was placed within the book. The author did a wonderful job of researching. I loved seeing photos of the different bottles of the years. I had no idea that each bottle was labeled by which city it came from and people would bet on it.
I was amazed to learn that a robber that knew Bonnie and Clyde tried to rob a Coca Cola bottling factory. He walked there and asked for money. The owner said that he only had checks and didn't receive money until all of the Cola bottles were delivered that day. The criminal and his friend was sent Alcatraz prison. He actually escape but couldn't go nowhere. He was sleeping on rocks for days,while feeling tired and hungry. And eventually turned himself back into the prison. He was released with his friend when Alcatraz shutted down permanently. He became a minister apologized to the owner and stayed out of trouble. His friend went back to jail for robbing a bank.
I definitely enjoyed reading this book. It's filled with unknown history that is rather fascinating.
I highly recommend this book.If you are interested in purchasing this book,click on the link below:
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