Few things mean "Michigan" when you say them like Faygo, and few things remind you of the '90s as much as Faygo Arctic Sun. According to MLive, the iconic Michigan-made Soda company told fans via a Facebook Live video that Arctic Sun would return in honor of the company&CloseCu…
Ahhh, the good old days. If you're from Grand Rapids or have lived here a long time then you probably remember Towne Club Pop. I do. When I first moved here it was a little bit of heaven when you could go to the Towne Club Pop centers.
Native Michiganders grow up with Faygo's iconic Red Pop, Rock & Rye and other flavors. But if you're not from the Great Lakes State or very near by, the Detroit-based soda is likely something you've never tried.
Advertising of a bygone era has had many campaigns and mascots that would be considered at least politically incorrect, if not downright racist, today. This obscure Faygo Red Pop commercial from 1979 depicts actor Jamie Farr as a Native America chief introducing his tribe to the soda.
Faygo pop is a staple of the Juggalos, fans of the Insane Clown Posse. The group has called for a Million Juggalo March on Washington DC in September 2017. Here's where you might be able to get some Faygo in and around the nation's capital.