In 1947, six employees in a wooden World War II Army hangar in Mississippi began distributing Canada Dry products. Today, that small operation has grown into a three-generation, family-run PepsiCo Inc. franchise with 328 SKUs.
Original and Mountain Dew Code Red to feature Russell Westbrook
December 15, 2015
To help kickoff the new NBA season, Mtn Dew released limited-edition cans of its original Mountain Dew and Mountain Dew Code Red, which were inspired by Dew athlete and Oklahoma City Thunder Point Guard Russell Westbrook.
Mountain Dew, Aquafina lead sports-marketing initiatives
April 13, 2015
Purchase, N.Y.-based PepsiCo Inc. announced a new multiyear marketing partnership with the National Basketball Association (NBA), New York, to be the official marketing partner of the NBA, the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA), the NBA Development League (NBA D-League) and USA Basketball beginning next season.
Purchase, N.Y.-based PepsiCo Inc. confirmed the March 23 release of Mtn Dew DEWshine. The craft soda will be available nationally wherever premium beverages are sold, with a focus on the Midwest and Southeast regions. It will be available in large- and small-format retail outlets within the carbonated soft drink section.
On the drive through Crenshaw County in Alabama, motorists will see a number of small towns, vast woodlands and maybe a few deer. But as drivers pass the handful of restaurants and general stores throughout the county, they might also notice something else: the Pepsi logo.
Among the iconic, long-standing TV programs that Americans tune in to, one factor can be vital to their longevity: evolution. In “The Simpsons,” Lisa goes from always wanting a pony as a pet to being a vegetarian and a mini-activist, whereas Walter White went from being a desperate chemistry teacher to a drug lord in “Breaking Bad.”