Coke can dating
The opposite is true of the heavy hitters in the soda world and among serious soda can collectors.
In 1971, the "Hilltop" advert was broadcast on television, accompanied by this logo and the now-famous "It's the Real Thing" slogan for the very first time.Photographer Bryan Lowry wondered (as so many of us do): “What would happen if a can of Coke crossed paths with molten lava?” He decided to stage an experiment on a volcano in Hawaii.The history of the soda can is less documented than that of beer cans, though there are many parallels within the soda can collections that Steel Canvas has worked with.The first pop cans appeared in 1938, though there is dispute as to whether it was the Clicquot Club in a Continental Can Company cone top or the Dr. What isn’t disputed is that neither was a success, adding to the rarity and value of these early cans for soda can collectors.It is still used on some vending machines, road signs, store signs and advertising signs today.
In 1969, the script was accompanied by the famous "Dynamic Ribbon" or "White Swirl" for the first time.
Last summer, the Ice Bucket Challenge took over our social media feeds as people spread the word about ALS research with viral videos and nominations. The #Hold ACoke With Your Boobs Challenge is the hottest new trend to take over Instagram.
However, if you're not a fan of dumping freezing cold water over your head, don't worry, you can get in on the Internet's latest charitable craze without joining the Polar Bear Club. People from around the world are clutching cans of Coke with cleavage, and it's all for a good cause.
Freshly erupted lava can range from 700-1200 °C (1,300-2,200 °F).
According to the manufacturers, Coca-Cola is best served at 4 °C (40 °F).
The challenge was created by an adult entertainment talent-scouting agency, Elite Talent Referral, with the hope its head-turning campaign would raise awareness about breast cancer and remind ladies how important it is to self-examine their bosoms for strange bumps and get medical checkups regularly.