Hello Readers! Welcome back to Humor Nation. The story behind every brand in the world is different, some may seem interesting and some may seem boring to you, but everyone has their own tale. So today we come up with some unknown stories behind the famous biggest brands that everyone should know about, so let’s start.
So here are the 10 unknown facts about the world’s biggest brands!
1. Lucky weekend in Vegas saved the FedEx
During the 1970s, FedEx was losing millions of money and was under lots of debts and they weren’t able to meet their financial requirements. Then in a weekend Fred Smith got on a plane to Las Vegas and won $27,000 in Blackjack, with that money he saved his company, Lucky Weekend Fred!
2. Lamborghini exists because of Enzo Ferrari’s pride
Lamborghini was actually a tractor manufacturer and Ferruccio Lamborghini was very fond of luxurious cars and especially Ferrari. Once when his Ferrari’s clutch broke down, he noticed that the clutch was same as his tractor’s, then he confronted Enzo about it. After this Enzo dismissed him and insulted him by saying that he has no knowledge about luxury or race cars and the rest you know.
3. BMW became Car manufacturer as Germany lost WW-I
BMW was basically an aircraft manufacturing company but after World War-I the production of aircraft was ceased. Then eventually BMW had to start manufacturing motorcycle and then cars because they faced financial problems.
4. No Coca-Cola without American prohibition
Coca-Cola was created by John Pemberton and he just wanted a substitute for his addiction to morphine, so he started this drink and named it French Wine Coca. But when a prohibition was passed by Atlanta in 1886, then he had to make it a non-alcoholic drink and named it Coca-Cola.
5. The logo of McDonald’s is based on the shape of stores
The “M” in McDonald’s logo can be recognized by everyone in this world from a distance too, but this logo wasn’t inspired by the company’s name. They designed this logo by keeping in mind the restaurant’s architecture and so from where they got their inspiration.