Pepsi: Doing Good Business | Special Markets
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In 1940, Pepsi President Walter Mack makes headlines by hiring a team of Black salesmen to target African American customers in a new “special markets” division. The pioneering sales team ventures into the Jim Crow south, where they build Pepsi’s brand loyalty among the Black community, despite the challenges of rampant segregation.  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
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