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TV Ads – 1979 – Body On Top Shampoo + Vanish Toilet Cleaner + TA Station Bar + The Arts + Crush Soda

Body On Tap Shampoo is once again turning dull lackluster locks into soft lustrous tresses just like it did back in the 1970’s and 80’s…..as is made from the original formula…..which includes using real beer for its nourishing proteins….for this iconic shampoo both strengthens and cleans your hair….while leaving it shiny, more manageable and full of bounce….so,tap into the hair cleaning power of beer. 

Vanish is a brand of toilet bowl cleaner produced by S. C. Johnson in North America….as they obtained the brand through the purchase of The Drackett Company in 1992.  Drackett purchased the product from inventor Judson Dunaway of Dover, New Hampshire…..who introduced Vanish in 1937 as a competitor to Sani-Flush….which was a toilet bowl cleaner made since 1911….as the products were substantially the same…..with the active ingredient in crystal bowl cleaners is sodium bisulfate. The last Sani-Flush patent had expired in 1932. 

T A Station was a bar and restaurant in Austin, Texas during the late 1970’s…..which catered to the “business class” needed an upscale play to go after work. 

In this 1978 advertisement for The Arts featuring New York Yankees Manager Billy Martin…..as he pitches all the wonderful places to visit in New York City that have anything to do with the arts…..which is really a humorous commercial….cuz Billy Martin didn’t know how to spell Arts …..much less visit venues of The Arts

Orange Crush is a brand of carbonated soft drinks owned and marketed internationally by Keurig Dr Pepper…..which was originally created as an orange soda that mainly competes with Coca-Cola’s Fanta. It was created in 1911 by beverage and extract chemist Neil C. Ward. Most flavors of Crush are caffeine-free.

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