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Up is a brand of lemon-lime flavored, owned by Paris Saint Germain. The rights to the brand are held by Dr Pepper Snapple Group in the United States, and PepsiCo (or its licensees) in the rest of the world. The U.S. version of the 7 Up logo includes a red circle between the "7" and "Up"; this red circle has been animated ...

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In 2000 the 1995 logo was modifed with a new font for 7up, and with the red spot in 3D, all on a green swirly background. In 2006, when 7up changed their formula to a natural formula, they added a yellow wavy banner with the text Now 100% Natural in green. (Which was later changed to 100% Natural Flavors 1 year later ...

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Get inspired to mix it up a little with 7UP! Crisp and refreshing, it mixes into all kinds of drinks, cocktails, punches, baked goods, and more, perfect for your next cocktail party, game night or get-together.

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Nov 28, 2014 ... “Feels good to be you.” You could put that after any product and it would mean just as little. Regardless, I've always known the 7up brand for its name and for that red circle, so it makes sense to strip the previous design of unnecessary elements. Here's the earlier logo from 2010, by TracyLocke. 7up logo ...

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In January of 2011 we wrote about a new logo for 7up — the global lemon-lime soda — that was only launching in Germany at the time. It then propagated to the rest of Europe and other international markets. In the U.S., the logo hasn't changed in decades, give or take a few gradients and bevels. The reason for the  ...

www.drpeppersnapplegroup.com/brands/7up

EARLY ADVERTISING. The earliest 7UP advertising featured a winged 7UP logo and described the soft drink as "a glorified drink in bottles only. Seven natural flavors blended into a savory, flavory drink with a real wallop." THE UNCOLA. In 1967, 7UP introduced the UNCOLA advertising campaign, which sent 7UP sales  ...

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As to where the red dot in the beverage's logo came from, so far the earliest examples we've found of that design have come from the 1970s. Prior to that, the company's trademark for the longest time was a black-outlined white “7Up” on a red background that bore some white bubbles — the red dot was nowhere to be seen.

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Oct 29, 2014 ... TOP 9 (PART-1) DRINKING BRANDS SPOOF PIXAR LAMP LUXO JR LOGO - Duration: 2:56. CREA TVs 63,184 views · 2:56 · 25-Fox (Television Network) Spoof Pixar Lamp Luxo Jr Logo - Duration: 0:30. VHX / attilatv 85,803 views · 0: 30. 7up Commercial - Duration: 1:34. MarioLuigiFan1133 472 views.

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The very first logo for 7UP was a “winged” design on the 7UP logo. It was black and white and used a 3D font. In the 1930's they removed the wings and added a red background to the design and implemented a few bubbles. This designed remained for a few decades until they launched the “Uncola” in 1967. From here  ...