Many Saturday nights were spent dancing to music from the Big Band Era.
The sounds in local dance halls filled the air as worries were left at the door! CHEERWINE was plentiful throughout North Carolina during this era and was establishing itself as a sought after refreshment! Put your dancing shoes on and enjoy this look back at more classic CHEERWINE advertising. I hope you enjoy this effort in keeping CHEERWINE history alive!
These two signs are OLLLLLD, but sadly they are both damaged and not in that great of shape. I wanted to share them with you anyway. The "Hits The Thirsty Spot" sign could be seen on the original CHEERWINE building. If you remember these oldies, please send me a email and share your story. I would love to buy these two signs if anyone out there has an extra one in the basement! (LOL)
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Even in the early years, CHEERWINE marketed itself as being different. Today, CHEERWINE still markets itself with that familiar motto!
I just love all of the old CHEERWINE advertisements. From "Absolutely Cheerific!" to "Delightfully Different", they are all fun to collect and enjoy.
CHEERWINE's local newspaper advertisements would get families "in the mood" to purchase more refreshing CHEERWINE.
These advertisements date back to 1927 for the one on the left, and 1936 for the one on the right.
This cardboard stand-up is so neat...it's not often that you see CHEERWINE compare itself to traditional colas. Being that CHEERWINE is so different, it makes this sign even more unusual. Make sure to click on the icon below to see more great CHEERWINE advertising!
This photograph is extremely special! To the best of my knowledge, it is one of CHEERWINE's first billboards. I purchased several CHEERWINE negatives from Mr. Vaughn in Conover, NC. He wanted me to have them because of my passion of keeping the CHEERWINE history alive! You may view the other photos from these negatives throughout my webpage.
CHEERWINE BRINGS CHEER TO THE BIG BAND ERA...
CHEERWINE fans, I just had to share this photo with everyone. Not much is known about the CHEERWINE sign in the background. Mr. Ritchie had never seen this logo either and was surprised to see it for the first time. When I first bought this photo, I thought it could be a young Mr. Peeler himself in his store with those uniforms, crates, etc....but who knows?? :-) If you can help me with the history on this sign I would love to hear from you. My email is email@example.com
CHEERWINE began placing many different advertisements in the local newspapers. On the next page, you will see a collage of these old ads! If you have any advertisements that aren't here, please email me and I will be glad to post them for everyone to see.
Here is a rare CHEERWINE menu board. These signs had great embossing and nice color for their time period. If you remember seeing these growing up, please email me your story. I would love to hear how they were used. My email is: