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    Posted 7 years ago

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    I believe this to be from the late 40's to early 50's. If anyone has more info I'd love to hear it :)

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    1. pw-collector pw-collector, 7 years ago
      found this website:
      Great clock!
    2. Nadisse, 7 years ago
      The website from pw states most everything I found as well.

      This company also made Swanee, Bubble-Up and Jo-Jo Chocolate Drink.

      Also I found reference that the bottling plant was at 865 Lee Street, Atlanta, Georgia, not sure how accurate that is.
    3. Marie3318, 7 years ago
      THANK YOU @Nadisse & @PW! If only I could figure out how to my picture around! :)
    4. straub3939, 5 years ago
      I would love to talk with you about this clock.
    5. straub3939, 3 years ago
      I would really like to talk to you about this clock. my email is or my phone # is 770-653-4623. Thanks you.

      My grandfather Benjamin J. Frink owned Bob's Cola, he opened a small storefront bottling operation in 1940 and expanded the business into a $250,000 state of the art factory and distribution center by 1947.

      Bob’s-Cola distributied half a dozen flavors throughout the Southeast, Midwest, and Texas. However, my grandfather died in 1951 and by 1955 Bob’s-Cola had ceased production.

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