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Kool-Aid Man

Kool-Aid Man

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Before he was officially the Kool-Aid Man in 1975, he was the ?Pitcher Man?. The Pitcher Man was created in 1954 by Marvin Plotts, an art director for a New York-based advertising agency. General Foods had just purchased Kool-Aid from the drink?s creator Edwin Perkins the year before, and Plotts was charged with drafting a concept to illustrate the copy message: ?A 5-cent package makes two quarts. " Working from his Chicago home on a cold day, Potts watched as his young son traced smiley face patterns on a frosty windowpane," recounts Sue Uerling, marketing and communications director for Hastings Museum of Natural and Cultural History. This inspired Marvin Plotts to create a beaming glass pitcher filled with flavorful drink: the Pitcher Man. read more

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First appearance As Pitcher-Man in 1954
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