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When was Coca-Cola advertes invented?

in 1950's Coca cola made their first advert to release to Britain. Santa at the time had a green fat suit but they changed it to a red one! That's why today santa has a red suit!

When did Santa Claus suit become red?

His suit became red because Coca-Cola advertised him wearing their colours. He si now the modern Santa, but before that he always wore green, it's just that Coca-Cola have been around for an extremely long time (something like, almost a…

Was Santas suit ever green?

Santa had a green suit before coca cola used santa as an icon they changed his suit into the red and white one we all know. Santa now only wears the green suit on st.Patricks day !! <3 <3

Why is santa not green anymore?

most people say that it is because coca cola turned him red for an advert but in pictures that were painted the year before coca cola launched santa was wearing red

When did Coca-Cola create Santa Claus?

Coca-Cola NEVER created Santa Claus. For example, the poem ''Twas a Night before Christmas'' was published in 1823. Coca-Cola was made in 1886. Santa Claus is actually a mixture of different winter gift givers from Northern Europe. Also, Coca-Cola never…

Did Santa have a green suit?

Yes, Santa has a green suit which he wears on St. Patrick's Day. Santa had a green suit but when coca cola took him as an icon they changed his suit to be red because that's the colour of the…

What color is Santa Claus's suit?

Originally santas suit was grey but around 1950 coca colas marketing department change it to red and white. ---- Santa in England prior to the Coke advert was an amalgam of Saint Nicholas and the ancient god Herne and wore…

What year did Santa's clothes become red?

His suit became red because Coca-Cola advertised him wearing their colours. He si now the modern Santa, but before that he always wore green, it's just that Coca-Cola have been around for an extremely long time (something like, almost a…