Gibson Unveils New Coca-Cola Collection

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COMMERCE, Calif.-Gibson Overseas has introduced a heavier weight melamine line of Coca-Cola dinnerware and serveware designed for upper-tier retailers. The colorful new Coca-Cola Mod and Stripes outdoor dining collection was created for consumers seeking a stylish update to their spring and summer tabletop options.

"Coca-Cola(TM) Mod and Stripes combines fun, eye-catching patterns with a logo people associate with great summer memories," Gibson's Director of Marketing, Grace Saari, said. "The new assortment also makes sense because of our ongoing success with Coca-Cola melamine and porcelain, as well as double-wall and glass tumblers, among other items."

The new collection features dinner and dessert plates, bowls, serving platters and utensils that are expected to merchandise easily on floor displays and other vehicles. Suggested retail for Mod and Stripes is $5.99 to $24.99.

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