» Lipton Ice Tea

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• Year: 2010 – Current

Sir Thomas Lipton was a Scottish-born entrepreneur and innovator who decided in 1880, at the age of 40, that he would make tea accessible to all at acceptable prices and with a guaranteed quality. Before Thomas Lipton, tea had been expensive. It was a beverage for the rich and variable in taste as a result of improper packaging and transportation. Thomas Lipton acquired tea estates in Ceylon (today Sri Lanka) and organized packaging and transportation at low cost to sell his teas ‘direct from the tea garden to the tea pot’. In 1893, he established the Thomas J Lipton Co., a tea packing company with its headquarters and factory in Hoboken, New Jersey.

LIPTON teas were an immediate success in the US. Thomas Lipton was knighted by Queen Victoria, who made him Sir Thomas Lipton in 1898 at the age of forty-eight.

Thanks to Sir Thomas Lipton, LIPTON is the world’s leading tea brand and present in more than 150 countries.

» got milk? (via Body by Milk)

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• Year: 2009

In 1993, fluid milk processors in California agreed to allocate 3-cents of each gallon sold to fund efforts to promote the consumption of milk through marketing, advertising, promotion and public relations. Thus, the California Milk Processor Board (CMPB) was born. The board is comprised of 11 processors in the state who represent a cross-section of the milk industry.

The CMPB created and controls the beloved “got milk?” brand, which is also licensed to national dairy boards for their use in their marketing efforts, as well as to a number of manufacturers who create “got milk?” merchandise.

» Foxtel

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• Year: 2005 – 2006

FOXTEL is Australia’s leading subscription television provider and is connected to over 1.63 million subscribing households on cable and satellite through retail and wholesale distribution. FOXTEL strives to ensure our six million viewers find TV they want to watch every time they switch on their television through delivery of more than 200 channels covering news, sport, general entertainment, movies, documentaries, music and children’s programming.

FOXTEL commenced distributing its services on cable with 20 channels in 1995, expanding to 31 channels and satellite distribution in 1999 and increased its offering to 45 channels in 2002 following the completion of the FOXTEL-Optus Content Supply Agreement.