In the 1940s, Pepsi saw African-Americans as an untapped niche market. Pepsi adverts portrayed them in a positive light, in a time of racial segregation. Pepsi faced threats from KKK, but their market share increased by the 1950s with African-Americans being 3 times more likely to buy Pepsi than Coca-Cola.

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