Mountain Dew: The History
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Apr 18, 2006 - Antiques & Collectibles - 332 pages
This book tells the history of one of America's most popular soft drinks, Mountain Dew. The 300 page book brings you from the drink's earliest beginnings in 1946 all the way through to today's newer drinks like Mountain Dew LiveWire and Code Red. Learn about the Hatfield/McCoy feud that has been brewing for years over the bragging rights to Mountain Dew. This book gives you detailed information on who invented Mountain Dew, when they did it, and the progress of the drink through the years. We start you in Johnson City, TN where you meet Charlie Gordon, Jim Archer and Bill Kilber of "Charlie, Jim and Bill" fame. Did you know that Mountain Dew started out tasting like 7Up until Bill Bridgforth changed the taste to the flavor we know today? From Tennessee we head to Marion, VA to meet Billy Jones and learn about the Tip Corporation. Then on to Lumberton, NC where you meet the massive Minges clan that still controls Pepsi in North Carolina. And then back to Knoxville on a hillbilly roller coaster ride of who did what and when. Learn about the arm wrestling match (literally) with Pepsi Corporate for fifteen million dollars to win the rights to Mountain Dew. Learn why 900 bottles have different names and how Willy the Hillbilly got his name AND you will even get to meet the real live Willy. This book and historic pictures will definately tickle yore innards!
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Drinking in history : Features : Knoxville News Sentinel
How the soda changed flavor and got to become a beloved regional, then national, brand is told in the book “Mountain Dew: The History,” written by the son ...
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Mountain Dew: The History. Mountain Dew: The History by: Dick Bridgforth publisher: booksurge Publishing , released: 26 February, 2007. price: $23.99 (new) ...
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