I was perusing the multitudes of beer cans at an antique store today, wishing all those people had chosen soda instead of beer to drink/collect when I stumbled upon an orange can locked inside a glass display case. The price tag was turned around so I couldn't see how much it was. Usually items in a locked cabinet with their price tags backwards means a lot of $$$. So I asked a worker to check on it for me. She pulled it out and I was waiting for the $15 or more price when she said $2. I said, "Holy cow!" haha, but she didn't laugh. I said I'd take it.
When a different lady checked it out at the register, she mentioned that cabinet had 30% off, to which I said, "Holy cow!" She didn't laugh either. $1.52 with tax. Not bad.
At the store, I just wanted the can. I figured I could explore its details later. So after I got home and took a couple pics, I realized it was Harry Caray's picture and autograph on the can and looked it up on the internet. Back in 1988, Vess (a St Louis-based soda) signed Harry Caray to this soda deal. The Harry Caray line consisted of cola, orange, lemon-lime, root beer, creme and a diet cola.