George Hunter (Coca-Cola bottler)

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George Thomas Hunter (1886 – 1950) was a businessman and philanthropist in Chattanooga, Tennessee who inherited and ran the Coca-Cola Bottling empire from his uncle Benjamin Thomas.[1] Hunter's most notable philanthropic efforts is the creation of The Benwood Foundation and The Hunter Museum of American Art. Hunter Hall at UT Chattanooga was posthumously named in his honor.


  1. ^ Ned L. Irwin (1998). "George Thomas Hunter". The Tennessee Encyclopedia. 

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