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M&M's 75th anniversary packaging


EddieJ1984

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I just don't care for it beings the same on all the packages since it has that white outline around it, so its brown and white on every package.

I think its cool how its white on the plain package and brown on the peanut package.

 

I guess just remove the outline of the current logo then.

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While we're somewhat on the subject of Kyle Busch's M&M's paint scheme and 75, here's Busch's paint scheme and number change for the Sprint All-Star Race

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EDIT: just realized this is photoshopped considering there's no number on the roof of the car,  but hey a number change like that is perfect for a non-points race.

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On 5/17/2016 at 10:42 AM, DNAsports said:

EDIT: just realized this is photoshopped considering there's no number on the roof of the car,  but hey a number change like that is perfect for a non-points race.

Hendrick Motorsports did the same thing in 2011. Mark Martin changed from 5 to 25 for a throwback to Tim Richmond's old Folger's car, and Jimmie Johnson changed from 48 to 5 for a Lowe's promotion for 5% off for using a Lowe's credit card or something.

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On 5/16/2016 at 10:07 AM, speedy said:

That's a big stretch. Red Rocks logo is a pretty common way over marrying the 7 and 5 (google 75th Anniversary Logo).

 

Good point. Actually, the m&m logo is pretty unique, and they even resisted the urge to place something in the bowl of the ligature.

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20 minutes ago, NICnoK said:

 

Good point. Actually, the m&m logo is pretty unique, and they even resisted the urge to place something in the bowl of the ligature.

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Good compilation.

Another one along those lines is the 75th Anniversary of Greater New York patch that the Mets wore on their jackets (but not on their uniforms) in 1973.

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(I don't think that the Yankees wore this on their jackets.)
 

 

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