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Saturday, April 29, 2006

Coca-Cola Goes Blak

Coca-Cola is introducing a new drink that mixes the flavor of coke with coffee. Although similar mixtures by other companies have failed in the past, Coke is banking on its new Blak product. I think we also have some black consumer marketing going on here too. Nothing wrong with that. Starbucks has 11,000 stores all over the world and Coke is a worldwide product too. And Starbucks recently financed a black movie: Akeelah and the Bee. Coke knows people like coca-cola and coffee, so why not combine them. Ever taste their Vanilla Coke? Interesting new taste for awhile. Don't know how much it sold, though it is still on the grocery store shelves. Right on Coke. Get your blak on.
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