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I am a Part of All That I Have Met: The Memoirs of Burke Nicholson of Balvenie

I am a Part of All That I Have Met: The Memoirs of Burke Nicholson of Balvenie (Hardback)

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Burke Nicholson was many things: Son of the South. Golfer. Scottish Baron. World traveller. Philanthropist. Husband. Father. However, he played one role that defined him more and informed the other aspects of his life differently than all of the others: visionary Coca-Cola executive. The chronicle of his life is in large part a firsthand account of Coca-Cola's development into and emergence as the globally recognised brand it is today as he experienced it as one of the pioneers on the international side of the business. The history of Coca-Cola cannot be told without him, just as his life cannot be recounted without the soft drink. The two are profoundly intertwined. Although his memoir is perhaps ostensibly an historical narrative and a tale of engagement on the battlefield of business, it is also a great love story, the relation of a lifelong romance.

BusinessBusiness & management Publisher: Mercer University Press Publication Date: 15/03/2014 ISBN-13: 9780881464719  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Atlanta native Mary Juliet Nicholson comes from a family with a long tradition (almost 300 years) in the Coca-Cola business. A graduate of Princeton University, Nicholson works for Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International Realty. This is her first book. She is currently writing a novel.

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