Top level meetings stay on the beam with Oasis coffee-breaks (Oct, 1961)

There is nothing “top level” people like more than instant coffee and instant “beverage”.

Coming from 1961, the SST model bears more than a little resemblance to the North American B-70 Valkyrie, a drawing of which had been released to the public the previous year. It should also be remembered that the Boeing and Lockheed designs weren’t even submitted to the FAA until about 4 years after this ad was written.

Top level meetings stay on the beam with Oasis coffee-breaks

Quick coffee-breaks on the spot help keep your train of thought rolling to the right decision.

Oasis Hot ‘n Cold gives you the quickest and most efficient coffee-breaks possible. In one complete refreshment center, you have hot water for delicious instant coffee, chocolate or soups; cold water for zestful instant soft drinks. You just pour instant beverage into cup, add water and stir. Tastes terrific. Refrigerated compartment makes two trays of ice cubes and chills several quart bottles or 24 6-oz. bottles.

In meeting rooms, or near work areas, the Hot’n Cold ends going out and sending out . . . cuts coffee-break time by half or more.

OASIS Hot ‘n Cold
WATER COOLERS
BY THE EBCO MANUFACTURING COMPANY
sold or rented everywhere

THE EBCO MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Dept. 2-T, Columbus 13, Ohio

3 comments
  1. Toronto says: August 13, 201212:10 pm

    Which SST had twin tails? Boeing and Lockheed were both singles, as I recall.

    As to the product, I’ve seen those units without the little fridge, and we have an “instant hot water” tap in our office kitchen. Some people even make tea with it (shudder.)

  2. Hirudinea says: August 13, 20122:15 pm

    Ice cubes and room for several quart bottles? Ah, the ’60s.

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