The Armstrongs see the country… (Aug, 1950)
The Armstrongs see the country…
Like he always promised, Dad has bundled the family into the car to show them this great big country. There’s lots to see—and they’ve seen lots. Historic places, mountains, deserts—new things— strange things—and wonderful! Seems like they’re full up to here from looking.
Not everything is strange, though. Stores all the way across the country carry the products the Armstrongs know and recognize. And how do they recognize them? By brand name—the name the manufacturer gives a product so that people can tell it from any other.
Actually, the Armstrongs know, buying by brand name is the only way to get exactly what they want.
Brand names mean protection, too. By knowing brand names you make the manufacturer responsible for the quality of products that bear his brand name. Any manufacturer knows that if you find his products good, you will buy them. If not, you won’t—and the manufacturer will be forced out of business.
Brand names mean progress. Each manufacturer works to improve his products so his brand name stands for even better value and quality.
See that you get quality, protection and . . . exactly what you want, by buying products by brand names. You’ll find some of America’s finest brand names in ads right on the pages of this magazine.
Brand Names Foundation
119 West 57th Street, New York 19, N. Y.
A non-profit educational foundation