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Generally, the "First Sale Doctrine" would allow for something like this. Under this doctrine, a basic exception to the copyright
holder's distribution right is carved out. Essentially, once the work is lawfully sold or even transferred gratuitously, the copyright/trademark owner's interest in the material object in which the copyrighted/trademarked work is embodied is exhausted.
However, this doesn't mean you wouldn't be sued by Coca-Cola or the other trademark owners, but it would give you a defense to any claims made against you. These type of cases are very fact-sensitive, so there's no absolute about whether you would be safe or not - - UNLESS you get permission from the owner of the trademark. However, several successful claims under the First Sale Doctrine have been upheld in courts throughout the country.
Thus, the only way to be 100% safe is to get permission from the owner, but if you don't and are sued, you have a defense available to you under the First Sale Doctrine . Here's a link you can read regarding this law: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First-sale_doctrine