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    Attended the World of Coke for an Emory Business school networking event and the ambiance was wonderful. The appetizers served was mini chicken and waffles, roast beef sub and Miniature pizza. During the event, they opened up the entire world of coke so we had full access to the facilities and was able to do sample tastings of the beverages as well as they had two set ups with Liqour to add to your choice of coke cola products. Overall, great experience and would definitely bring family back for the experience.

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    Take the kids, they will have a great time. I had fun getting my green Coca Cola T Shirt. We took plenty of cute pictures. It is hardly Willy Wonka, but it is a nice tour.

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    We bought our nearly $20/each tickets to get funneled into a rollercoaster-esque line for nearly 45 minutes with between 125-150 people. When they herded us in the doors like the cattle we obviously were for buying the tickets in the first place, we were corralled in this hallway they had garnished with Coke memorabilia. We then had a CA (Coke Anonymous) meeting where they went around and asked where everyone was from (which sucked). After that we were let into the highlight of the tour, unbeknownst to us at the time, which was a mini movie that brought my fiance to tear(s). Once that was finished we allowed to ‘free range’ and navigate to a few different stations; the manufacturing line, the fake bar, some wall mounted signs, etcetera. The final stop was the much anticipated “Coca-Cola Taste Around the World” event. This was the final nail in the coffin for us. The drinks may have been from the Coke company but there wasn’t their signature drink anywhere in sight. The drinks they did offer seemed like they were there more for the shock factor than anything else. We feel like it was marketed as if they would have the different formula(s), ingredients or processes from each continent. In real life it’s vegetable soda, spearmint toothpaste soda, mango-gymsock soda and muscle milk. To be honest, the food court in the CNN building was more entertaining than the entire tour.

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    While I was stationed at Fort Gordon, I decided to go to the Coca Cola Factory with my girlfriend. We were very impressed with all this place has to offer. As soon as you walk through the door, you have eight different stations that you can go to, ranging from the history of Coca Cola to the vault where the secret recipe is kept locked away (not really). It is a great experience no matter what age. There are so many cool exhibits to see and different little games to play along the way. My favorite part was the tasting room which included Coca Cola products from all over the world. Just be careful that you put a small amount into your sample cup because you might get a flavor you won’t really like! Also, you might notice the small assembly line of Coca Cola bottles being filled and sealed along the way; you actually get to take one of these home and it is labeled with a special “World of Coca Cola” label! And if that is not enough of a souvenir to take home then you can visit the gift shop which offers tons of cool Coca Cola products at pretty reasonable prices. In addition to that, everyone in the gift shop was very friendly and our cashier even gave us a map with a list of places in the area where we could grab dinner. I hope I will be able to come back sometime in the future.

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    Great place to enjoy coke. Cool atmosphere and theater area. Really love all the different coke products from around the world!