Browns Sign Exclusive Pop Deal With... RC Cola


Fans at FirstEnergy Stadium this year will get to enjoy the sweet, refreshing taste of everyone's favorite cola product.

We're talking about RC Cola, of course.

ESPN's Darren Rovell reports that the team has signed an exclusive deal with Keurig Dr. Pepper (raise your hand if you knew Keurig, Dr. Pepper, RC Cola and Snapple were all part of the same corporate family... anyone, anyone?) meaning Pepsi is on its way out at the Factory of Sadness in favor of Royal Crown Cola. There will also be Dr. Pepper, of course, which is good.

Ever wondered why RC Cola never rose to the market share of Coke or Pepsi? A handy history from Mental Floss on the subject is here.

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