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  • Damaged Rock Hill Coca-Cola sign will be repaired

    Irma winds damaged the girders holding the "iconic" sign that has been up at least since the 1950s near downtown Rock Hill. Rock Hill Coca-Cola President Fred Faircloth III said the sign matters to the community and will be repaired.

Irma winds damaged the girders holding the "iconic" sign that has been up at least since the 1950s near downtown Rock Hill. Rock Hill Coca-Cola President Fred Faircloth III said the sign matters to the community and will be repaired. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
Irma winds damaged the girders holding the "iconic" sign that has been up at least since the 1950s near downtown Rock Hill. Rock Hill Coca-Cola President Fred Faircloth III said the sign matters to the community and will be repaired. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

‘Iconic in Rock Hill’ Coca-Cola sign damaged by Irma will be repaired

September 12, 2017 10:01 AM