If only we could bottle it
Visit Kelly MarCom’s headquarters and you will find a renovated bottling plant rooted in history. The charm and story of our space is just one of the reasons our clients and vendors enjoy visiting and meeting at Kelly MarCom. From the old syrup room that now is our conference room to the historic grocery store letters that cover an entire wall in our lounge area, this environment is always a source of inspiration.
The building itself was finished in 1931 and built in the Art Deco style. The east wing was built in 1907 and the west wing in 1931. Progress and change are visible in the two different hues of brick used during different construction periods. The iconic Coca-Cola logo and terra-cotta Coke bottles still remain prominent on the building’s façade and the charm of our space.
Pezzoni, J. Daniel. The History of Architecture of Lee County North Carolina. Sanford: Railroad House Historical Association, 1995. Print.