RC Cola (including Royal Crown Cola ) is a cola brand, in 1905 in Columbus in the U.S. state of Georgia has been developed by the pharmacist Claude A. Hatcher. It belongs to the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, which was spun off from Cadbury Schweppes in 2008. Hatcher developed for the grocery store his family a number of drinks, which he named Royal Crown sales. His first cola brand, he called Chero-Cola. He also sold under other Royal Crown Ginger Ale and Royal Crown Root Beer.
1940 Products of the company were already in 47 states (of the time 48) of the United States to buy. Due to the success of the Royal Crown Cola, the company was renamed again, this time at Royal Crown Cola Co. in 1954 produced the first Royal Crown Beverage Cans. In 2000, RC Cola has been at Cadbury Schweppes plc sold, today it is one of Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, which was spun off from Cadbury Schweppes in 2008.
In addition to RC Cola are also various light versions distributed. The usual means of RC Cola Light Diet Rite, it is also a caffeine-free version ( RC 100 ) and a cherry-flavored ( Diet Cherry RC ).
Royal Crown Logo Symbol
Royal Crown Cola logo was first incorporated in 1905 and the symbol of the first official logo consists of the name of the brand written in yellow color and the word ‘Cola’ was in red color and the symbol was divided into two parts first part was of red color and the other half was of yellow color. Later the company made several changes to its official logo. The current logo has ‘RC’ written in capital letters and is engulfed inside a concurrent circle which is blue in color.
Royal Crown Cola Logo Fonts
The Font used by the Royal Crown Cola is very simple and elegant, the letters ‘R’ & ‘C’ are written in capital formation and the color is white. The word cola is also written with white color and is written below RC
The Royal Crown Cola logo doesn’t use any particular emblem for its logo, it consists of the name of the brand that is RC Cola written in it. The simplicity of the logo makes it very graceful in looks.