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Historic Green Co., KY - The Ski Train in 1973

2014-01-16 - Greensburg, KY - Photo from the collection of Larry Smith.
Greensburg Bottling Company used this train-mobile to promote the new flavor in Ski. In 1973, Ski official switched the fruit in flavoring of Ski from lemon lime to lemon orange and changed colors on their logo from green and yellow to orange and yellow. If you remember the stuff that floated in Ski was orange pulp, in the 80s Ski filtered out the pulp because people saw the pulp n the bottle and thought it was unclean so Ski started filtering it out. - Larry Smith, Operations Manager, Shoreline Communications - FM 99.9 The Big Dawg & FM 92.7 The WAVE.

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