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2894 Rowena Ave
Los Angeles Ca 90039
USA

323-663-7878

The O-Zell Company was first established in 1911 to create a line of all-natural carbonated beverages. Elias Disney, Walt's father, was a major investor in the venture. In 2014, The O-Zell Soda Company has been relaunched with all proceeds going to restore and preserve Walt Disney's Birthplace home in Chicago, IL!

Friends of O-Zell

Emmet Broderick Design

Designer of the O-Zell Logo and Label Graphics, and The Walt Disney Birthplace Logos and Graphics

Emmet’s career as a designer spans the better part of 28 years creating art for everything from consumer packaging to corporate branding and sports design. A graduate of the American Academy of Art in Chicago, Emmet also spent several years as a wildlife illustrator, specializing in North American birds. His art has helped bring awareness to conservation efforts around the Midwest. Emmet credits Walt Disney as a major inspiration for creativity in his design work over the years. “I feel honored to be part of this project and to be able to contribute my creative vision to it.” Emmet currently works as a designer in professional baseball in Chicago.


Dan Yessian – Founder/Composer – Yessian Music

Composer of The O-Zell Soda Jingle

 In 1971 Dan Yessian renovated an old bait and tackle shop and founded what has now become an internationally recognized music house.  He has brought together one of the most creative pools of composers the advertising industry has ever seen.  Over the years, Dan has created music for famous jingles such as Ford “Think Ford First”, Whirlpool “Making Your Life a Little Easier”, Dodge “Dodge Boys Have More Fun”, and Dominos Pizza ‘Avoid The Noid”.  Dan has created musical scores for both Television and Film, including his song “You Believe in Me” for the CBC broadcast of the Olympic Games in Japan, Sesame Street, The Hot Fudge Show and The Electric Company.   Dan continues to write tunes for commercials, TV and artists from his hometown of Detroit.