National TCCCC . . .
Coca-Cola collectors from all over the nation met in Atlanta, Georgia during the summer of 1975 to buy, sell and trade memorabilia of The Coca-Cola Company. From that gathering, a national organization known as the The Cola Clan was formed. The purpose was to learn about the Company and its history. From the beginning, local chapters began to form all over the country.
The Silhouette Girl was approved by the Coca-Cola Company for the
national’s club use. She became part of the ad campaign in the late 1930’s and early 40’s.
Mid-America has kept the Silhouette Girl in their logo.
To learn more about the Coca-Cola Collector’s Club visit their website at http://www.cocacolacollectors.club/wp/
To obtain a membership form for Nationals TCCCC visit their website at