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Bachelor Party

bachelor party special for the boysA bachelor party (also called a stag party, stag night (UK, Ireland and Canada), or bucks party (Australia)) is held for a groom-to-be shortly before he is married, to make the most of his final opportunity to engage in activities a new wife might not approve of, or merely to spend time bonding with his male friends. This kind of party may involve activities such as going to a strip club, hiring a female stripper or escort, drinking alcohol and gambling.

The task of organizing this pre-wedding party is often assigned to a male sibling of the groom-to-be. And in the absence of a male sibling, a male friend will organize it. The task often falls to the best man as well.

The tradition is thought to have originated with a bachelor dinner that was traditional in ancient Sparta.

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Atlanta Bachelor Party

An Atlanta Bachelor Party Theme

What's there in Atlanta that can't be found anywhere else in the planet? Coca-Cola © of course! The world-famous softdrink has its main headquarters in Atlanta and having an Atlanta bachelor party theme means having a World of Coca-Cola © party!

"Always Coca-Cola" ®

An Atlanta bachelor party theme would not be without a Coca-Cola ™ in it besides the liquor drinks that will surely be present for the gentlemen guests.

Start your Atlanta bachelor party with a daytime tour of galleries at its World of Coca-Cola ® site. When evening comes, set a private party with Coke as your main drink for the night.

The Coca-Cola ® Contour Bottle

Extol the curvaceous beauty of the Coca-Cola contour bottle during your Atlanta bachelor party. It's a shape that is so distinctive no one would ever mistake its content. Often compared to a woman’s curves, the Coca-Cola contour bottle has a very interesting history.

It was in 1915 that the Root Glass Company took the challenge of designing "a glass package so distinctive as to be instantly recognizable as one containing Coca-Cola….so distinguishable by touch that even a blind man could correctly identify it."

T. Clyde Edwards was asked to research a bottle design. He looked up the words coca and cola in a 1913 Encyclopedia Britannica and found a line drawing of the cocoa bean pod which he showed to Earl Dean. From this, Earl Dean developed a bottle design which incorporated a bulging middle with parallel vertical grooves and tapered ends.

This "bottle-shaped concept" was patented in Alexander Samuelson’s name on November 16, 1915. The bottle was one of the first glass containers to be patented solely on its distinctive shape. When it expired, a successor patent was issued to the Root Company in 1923 and under this license the company received 5-cents-per-gross royalty until 1937 when Coca-Cola acquired the rights.

In 1960 the "contour bottle" was registered as a trade-mark rather than a patent. Whereas patents eventually run out, a trade-mark does not; as long as it is kept in continuous use, a trade-mark lasts indefinitely. Granting a trade-mark to a commercial package was most unusual, but the Coca-Cola Company convinced the Patent Office that the very shape, the "distinctively shaped contour" in their words, had become so well know that it had taken on trade-mark status. Indeed, the Company was correct, for the "contour bottle" or "hobble skirt bottle" (so named for a woman’s dress fashion popular from 1910—1914) has been called the most recognized container in the history of the world.

Find more information for your Atlanta bachelor party theme at the World of Coca-Cola site and at the following pages: History of Coca-Cola and Coca-Cola Contour Bottle

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