The 2, 106-foot-square living room has seating and strength charging stations and plenty of Coca-Cola themed famous and attractions.
In addition to Coca-Cola vending machines, the living room area has two display cases packed with vintage artifacts and memorabilia from the Coca-Cola Archives. The mini-museum has an 1896 syrup urn and portions from ad campaigns presenting Run DMC, Max Headroom, and the Coca-Cola Polar Bear.
The Coca-Cola Around the World Experience also features an interactive image sales space, people artwork Coca-Cola bottles, a digital coke save, and a digital show with interactive timelines, testimonies, trivia, and digitized pictures from around the sector.
Oh, did we mention that Coca-Cola is the legit beverage sponsor of DFW Airport? We didn’t know airports had professional liquids both.
But, obviously, they do.