George Hunter (Coca-Cola bottler)
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. 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.
- Ned L. Irwin (1998). "George Thomas Hunter". The Tennessee Encyclopedia.
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