During Women’s History Month in March, I’d mentioned that in the 1930s, Coca-Cola bottlers hired women to install bottle openers in neighborhood homes.
This helped encourage people to drink Coke at home and serve it when they were entertaining.
I’ve found this photo of a woman delivering a six-pack of Coca-Cola to a mom in the 1930s. (You’ll see the carton is a closed box with a handle on top, quite different from today’s six-pack carriers.)
For this week’s Friday Fun contest, I want the best caption for this photo.
The game: I’m looking for creative, funny, clever (even “punny”) captions for this photo. Send me yours using the comments area below this post.
The prize: I’ll pick my favorite caption and announce it on Thursday, October 16. The winner will get a Coca-Cola piece from my “goodie closet” -- along with the honor of winning this week’s contest.
I can’t wait to see your ideas!
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