This Day in Jewish History / First customer pays for Coca-Cola
There was one mistake Atlanta pharmacy owner Joseph Jacobs would never live down: His decision to sell a one-third interest in Coca-Cola to Asa Candler.
On May 8, 1886, at the soda fountain in the downtown Atlanta pharmacy owned by Joseph Jacobs, Coca-Cola was served for the first time to a paying customer.
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