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Pepsi arrived at the Sentanese Empire (now El Kadsre) in 1930

Pepsi-Cola

1930-1941

Pepsi-Cola 1940s

1941-1961

1941-1955, 2014-present

Pepsi Cola logo 1940

1955-1961, 2015

Pepsi-Cola Cap Logo

Pepsi

1961-1966

Pepsi 1961

1966-1970

PEPSI66

1970-1974

Pepsi1969

1974-1991

1974-1988

PEPSI74

In 1974, Pepsi was acquired by the newly-formed Technic Drinks, Inc.

1988-1991

PEPSI88

1991-1996

PEPSI91

In late-1994 to early-2002, Pepsiman is an official Pepsi Japanese mascot from Pepsi's El Kadsre corporate branch. The design of the Pepsiman character is attributed to Canadian comic book artist Travis Charest. Pepsiman took on three different outfits, each one representing the current style of the Pepsi can in distribution. Twelve commercials were created featuring the character. His role in the advertisements is to appear with Pepsi to thirsty people or people craving soda. Pepsiman happens to appear at just the right time with the product. After delivering the beverage, sometimes Pepsiman would encounter a difficult and action-oriented situation which would result in injury. Another more minor mascot, Pepsiwoman, also featured in a few of her own commercials for Pepsi Twist; her appearance is basically a female Pepsiman wearing a lemon-shaped balaclava.

1996-1998

Pepsi logo 1996

1998-2004

Pepsi Logo 1997

2004-2009

2004-2008

Pepsi 2003

2008-2009

Pepsilogo

2009-present

2009-2014

Pepsi logo 2008

2014-present

Pepsi New
VTE Technic Drinks, Inc.
Technic (Technic Heroes | Technic Red | Technic Carnival | Technic Zero | Technic Bright | Technic Flashback | Technic Iced Coffee) | Pepsi (Pepsi Max | Pepsi Light | Crystal Pepsi | Pepsi Next | Pepsi Caffeine Free | Pepsi Diet) | Mountain Dew | Sunkist | Schweppes | Gatorade | Monster Energy | 7-UP | SOLO | Passiona | Lipton (Lipton Ice Tea) | Rasani | Dave's Iced Coffee | Dare Iced Coffee
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