Nurse handing you a coke? - page 4

by brian Admin

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It's interesting how Coca-Cola used nurses images to sell their product. Pretty clear that Coke used the trustworthiness of nurses to sell Coke. Cheap and easy, they didn't have to pay big bucks for a paid endorsement like... Read More


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    Coca-Cola was probably more therapeutic back then when it was made with sugar and in smaller bottles, not the crap they sell today made with high fructose corn syrup!
    CNA1991, LibraSunCNM, and Fiona59 like this.
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    Can't get a Coke at any Cleveland Clinic facility. Not a regular Coke anyways. Everything is diet.
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    anyone wanna take a soda consumption survey?
    Just wanna see how much soda nurses really drink



    Survey on pop/soda consumption
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    All of these demonstrated the view of the public in our beloved profession from a gone era, and Coca Cola knew that their patrons would relate to a nurse. In addition, back then they believed that Coca Cola was the cure for several ailments. Following this further, Coca Cola was aware to place a trustworthy image like nurses in their campaign, as one can appreciate there's no image of a doctor. In other words, if a nurse drinks Coke it must be good for you; and it worked. Lastly, everyone can appreciate the uniforms from back them like the ones tnbutterfly displayed, I can only imagine how uncomfortable they must have been at the end of their shift; when I can't wait to get home and take my scrubs off.
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    Funny how nurses are depicted happy with a toxic, sugary beverage. Smile, more diabetic patients!
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    Quote from Paco69
    Coca-Cola was probably more therapeutic back then when it was made with sugar and in smaller bottles, not the crap they sell today made with high fructose corn syrup!
    Costco has the Coke made with sugar; comes from Mexico.


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