The owner of this building was restoring an old and faded Coke sign by painting it nice and bright like it used to be. The city historic department had also told him that it would help restore the building and he would also get a tax credit. Then the city managers asked him to stop. Buildings with artwork on them must have no advertising. So now there is a whole lot of red tape arguing going on. What do YOU think?
Here is an old Coke bottling building downtown.
Here are earrings made from Pepsi and Teem caps.
Here is my necklace with a pendant made from a Coke cap. You can buy many different designs of the pendants and switch them around, the round circle on the necklace is a strong magnet that the metal cap sticks to.
Here is our granddaughter the first two times she ever tried Coke, once as a baby, then again when she was a little older.
I find these around town and think they look like Coke caps. Can you tell me what they really ARE? If you get it right I will list your name on my next post.
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