Springtime in Atlanta Convention

Well, last week was the Coca-Cola Collectors Club Springtime in Atlanta Convention.   As always, it was a great time. We had an opening party with a DJ and trivia, an auction, silent auction, luncheon, Banquet, visiting with our Coke friends from around the world, seeing some great items and bringing a few collectibles home too.

There are many Coca-Cola Collectors Club conventions held around the U.S. all year long.  If  you would be interested in going to one, see my link for the Coca-Cola Collectors Club, and join the club. I have been a member since 2003. It has been a great experience.

 

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6 Responses to “Springtime in Atlanta Convention”

  1. John Buchholz Says:

    Doug, thanks for letting many of your fans know about the fun of joining the Coca-Cola Collectors Club. Its also a great way to learn more about our hobby and make sure you are “buying right”. We enjoyed seeing so many of our Coke friends.

    • cocacolabottleman Says:

      John
      I didn’t mind posting an announcement the other week about the memorabilia sale, plus, letting my ‘fans’ know what they missed. A few ‘fans’ showed up at the sale this past Saturday and it was great meeting them and making new friends. To me, that is the best part of the Club, making friends.
      Doug

  2. Lori Says:

    Hi Doug, Please provide the link or website for Coke Cola Collector Club. I would like to join one in Southern California.

    • cocacolabottleman Says:

      Lori
      Thanks for visiting my blog! The link below will take you to the local chapter lisitng for the Coca-Cola Collectors Club. Check it out, find the chapter closest to you and contact them. I know they will be glad to help you get connected with other collectors. Hope to see you at a future Coca-Cola Club Convention!
      Doug
      http://www.cocacolaclub.org/local_chapters.shtml

  3. Kirsten Says:

    Hello my name is Kirsten! i was by the river today and found a whole “coca-cola trade mark registered min. contents 6 fl. ozs.” at the bottom it says where it was made. which was anderson the town i was in. If intrested please contact me!

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