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William Mark Mauldin, Making a Dream Come True

Documents show that the first building used for Rock Hill Coca-Cola Bottling burned to the ground in 1908. Luther Snyder was able to sell William Mark Mauldin nothing but the rights to bottle and distribute Coca-Cola. Mark began his Coca-Cola career in a building on West Main Street on January 1, 1909. A Lot of […]

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April Events in Rock Hill

Who cares if April showers are coming this way? The Rock Hill area will already be awash in a wide variety of April events. The big one, of course, is the Come See Me Festival, but you’ll learn more about that extravaganza a little bit later. Check back to this blog in the middle of the […]

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Rock Hill’s Main Street Children’s Museum

Proud to Be a Donor Throughout its history the Rock Hill Coca-Cola Bottling Company has been an active and engaged member of the community. In addition to providing a steady flow of delicious Coca-Cola products to the citizens of York County over the years, it has also supported and donated to many organizations and causes. […]

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St. Patrick’s Day Recipes with Sprite

Erin go Bragh! It’s time for St. Patrick’s Day again, that time of year when everything turns green, not because it’s spring, but because it’s all gone Irish! To be sure, you’re going to want to attend the St. Patrick’s Day on Main Festival if you’re in Rock Hill on March 17th. But before you […]

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William Mark Mauldin, An Introduction to Coca-Cola

William Mark Mauldin Begins His Journey with Coca-Cola William Mark Mauldin grew up on a farm in Flowery Branch, Georgia. He hated life on the farm and promised himself that one day he would leave the farm as quickly as possible to work anywhere else. Mark and other young men often rode the train to […]

March Events for Rock Hill

March Events in Rock Hill

March is coming on fast and soon everything in Rock Hill will be as green as your favorite can of Sprite. Events will be springing up all over the area, too. Check out these opportunities for fun, culture, and thrills. Annie Moses Band The month of March will get started in style with a concert […]

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5 Things to Do in Rock Hill with a Coke in Your Hand

Rock Hill, South Carolina is a great place to live, work, and play. And everyone knows that life is better with an ice-cold Coca-Cola in your hand. The very best combination of all? Enjoying your Coke while you’re enjoying Rock Hill. The next time you want to get out and about, grab a few of […]

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Cherry Coke Fudge: A Valentine’s Treat

Love is in the air around Rock Hill as Valentine’s Day rapidly approaches. Everyone is wondering what to give to their sweethearts. Flowers? A nice meal out? Why not keep it simple and stick with a reliable choice: candy. Sure, you could pick up a box somewhere, and that might be just the thing. But […]

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Luther Snyder

Luther Snyder’s Biography The Coca-Cola Bottler’s Newsletter of 1947 provides a biography of Luther Snyder and his involvement with Coca-Cola Bottling Company in Charlotte, North Carolina. Luther was working on his father’s farm in Clark County, Virginia, and was engaged to Miss Alfreta Crisman. Miss Crisman was related to Mr. J.T. Lupton, one of the […]

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Slow Cooker Chicken and Rice with Sprite

With all the events happening in and around Rock Hill, folks are busy and don’t have a lot of time to cook. Recipes that make good use of a slow cooker can offer up a delicious dinner that saves loads of time in the kitchen. You simply add the ingredients, set the cooker and walk […]