Was the president of the company, which was franchised nationally. In 1956, over two thousand bottles were processed at the Sandusky bottling facility, and were transported to 492 customers in an eleven-county region in Ohio. Lake Erie Kist Beverages sponsored an athletic scholarhip, a marbles champion, and a bowling team. A sign on the company read Get Kist for a nickel. This slogan was also printed on a bottle opener that was given away by Kist, now in the collections of the Follett House Museum.
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