Coca-Cola Spreads the Inside Story of Atlanta’s BeltLine

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One of Jeff Roffman’s photos on Coca-Cola’s Journey site shows a family enjoying Atlanta’s BeltLine.

Coca-Cola‘s online magazine Journey just posted the first part of a two-part feature I wrote on the Atlanta BeltLine, and I hope you’ll click over and read it.

The good folks at Journey gave me plenty of space and the talents of free-lance photographer Jeff Roffman. I wrote it for readers beyond Atlanta who might not know about the BeltLine but will be interested to see how it is progressing and what they can learn from it.

The story also is a good opportunity to check out Journey, which is full of great copy, photos and information about all kinds of things all over the world. It’s a leader in brand journalism/content marketing. And you’ll notice that it’s not all about marketing Coca-Cola. It really is a bright, engaging general-interest magazine — which also includes resources traditionally found on corporate websites.

Here’s the article. Please share and let us know what you think.


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5 thoughts on “Coca-Cola Spreads the Inside Story of Atlanta’s BeltLine

  1. Louise Plonowski

    Hi Jay, fyi ­ I tried to click on the link to read the article but it is broken. Congrats with the story – can¹t wait to read it.

    Louise

    Louise Plonowski Gold Concepts PR 678-492-9956 | http://www.goldconceptspr.com

    From: StoryCroft Reply-To: StoryCroft Date: Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 5:12 PM To: Louise Plonowski Subject: [New post] Coca-Cola Spreads the Inside Story of Atlanta¹s BeltLine

    WordPress.com Jay Croft posted: ” Coca-Cola’s online magazine Journey just posted the first part of a two-part feature I wrote on the Atlanta BeltLine, and I hope you’ll click over and read it. The good folks at Journey gave me plenty of space and the talents of free-lance photographer”

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