Posted 11 months ago
Back in the 60s; that would be the 1960s (Trevor), when the family packed up the station wagon and loaded the kids in the back (no seat belts back then), to keep the little rascals from constantly asking "Are we there yet?" Mom would pass out these Coca-Cola game sheets to each child in the car along with pencils. The object of the game: find the pictures shown on the sheet. As each item was found along the trip, the child would connect the dots along the bottle, next to the item. First child to find each item and connect all dots by end of trip, was the winner. Nifty little marketing game for kids. Subliminal too. Because as they were searching for Coca-Cola items, they were thinking "Golly, I'd sure like an ice cold bottle of Coca-Cola mom!" And mom would say "I'll buy you kids Diet Coke." Oh wait, Diet Coke wasn't invented yet. Never mind.
A newly acquired item on eBay. Pretty cool, huh?