Character Glasses

Promotional Drinking Glasses

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Drinking Glasses: Pepsi Glass - Mighty Mouse - Star Wars Glasses - Coke Glasses - Walter Lantz

Character Glasses or Promotional Drinking Glasses were thought to be a great way to showcase corporate logos. By designing glasses that could be collected in a series the sponsors, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, etc., were able to get their logo in front of a lot eyes.

By creating different glasses released in a series they were able to convince restaurants such as Taco Bell, McDonalds, Burger King, Arby's etc. to order these glasses to increase repeat business. The customers would return in order to collect the complete set.

Some of these glasses were very popular and created in large quantities while others were not. Samples were sometimes produced by the Glass companies that were never released or were edited before they were produced.

Pepsi produced Disney, Super Heroes, Warner Bros. Walter Lantz, Hanna Barbera, Harvey Cartoons, etc. for their clients. Pepsi release glasses that were produced by many different glass companies. Some series such as the 1973 Warner Bros. set were produced by two different companies to get the maximum number of glasses possible into the hands of collectors. For this set Pepsi used Brockway Glass Company and Federal Glass Company.

Later in 1976 Pepsi produced two, 12 glass series, of Warner Bros. glasses with action poses. The second series had to be order in quantities of 1,800 cases each or your order wasn't approved. Most of these glasses went to Taco Bell in California.

Coca-Cola produced set for Burger King and McDonalds as well as other companies. Burger King promoted the Burger King characters, Star Wars and The Hobbit on character glasses while McDonalds is known for Camp Snoopy, Garfield, Disney and the McDonaldland characters.

Character and Promo Glasses

Pepsi Glasses

Coke Glasses

Promo Glasses - Newly Listed (Buy It Now)

1976 Pepsi Glasses

2000 McDonalds Disney Glasses

7 Up Glasses

Antique Drinking Glasses

A&W Root Beer Mugs

Arby's Glasses

Archie Glasses

Bama Jelly Glasses

Batman Glasses

Burger King Disney Glasses

Burger King Star Wars Glasses

Camp Snoopy Glasses

Captain America Glasses

Care Bear Glasses

Cartoon Character Glasses

Character Glasses

Coca Cola Glasses

Diet Pepsi Glasses

Disney 25th Anniversary Glasses

Disney Glasses

Dr Pepper Glasses

Garfield McDonalds Mugs

Empire Strikes Back Burger King Glasses

Flintstone Glasses

Forghorn Leghorn Glasses

Hardees Glasses

Henery Hawk Glasses

Howdy Doody Glasses

Iron Man Glasses

Jelly Jar Glasses

Looney Tunes Glasses

Marvin The Martian Glasses

McDonalds Batman Glasses

McDonalds Coke Glasses

McDonalds Glasses

McDonalds Muppet Glasses

McDonalds Peanuts Glasses

McDonalds Shrek Glasses

Muppet Glasses

Peanut Butter Glasses

Pepe Le Pew Glasses

Pepsi Character Glasses

Pepsi Disney Glasses

Pepsi Glasses

Pizza Hut Glasses

Popeye Glasses

Promo Glasses

Return Of The Jedi Glasses

Road Runner Glasses

Slow Poke Rodriguez Glasses

Smurf Glasses

Spiderman Glasses

Star Trek Glasses

Star Wars Glasses

Super Hero Pepsi Glasses

Superman Pepsi Glasses

Swanky Swigs Glasses

Tab Glasses

Tom & Jerry Glasses

Tweety Bird Glasses

Vintage Drinking Glasses

Warner Brothers Glasses

Welch's Dinosaur Glasses

Welch's Jelly Glasses

Wizard Of Oz Glasses

Wonder Woman Glasses

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