- Luis Palau
Congratulations! So have hundreds of millions of other people all around the world. And it's all Robert Woodruff's fault.
Well, not all his fault. But he's largely to blame.
You see, Woodruff, while president of Coca-Cola, had the audacity to state during World War II that "We will see that every man in uniform gets a bottle of Coca-Cola for five cents wherever he is and whatever it costs."
When the war ended, he went on to say that in his lifetime he wanted everyone in the world to have a taste of Coca-Cola. Talk about vision!
With careful planning and a lot of persistence, Woodruff and his colleagues reached . . .