Back in April of 2002 on a block between St. James Street and Mit Stegall Drive in Winnipeg, Canada, you would have stumbled upon a demolition scene that gave the feeling that you were in a post-apocalyptic time. However, on a gray day in April, amongst the rubble, a passerby found something rather interesting. A Bradley Washfountain was the lone survivor of the demolition of the Canada Metal Complex.
Flashback Friday: The Bradley sinks.
Happy Friday to you all! Check out this week’s flashback Friday photo! Tweet us @bradleycorp and let us know if you recognize anyone in these photos.
Happy Friday to you all! Hope you had an amazing week. This Flashback Friday, we took it back to the 70's, when knee high socks and bell-bottom pants were a big hit in high schools across the country. And the Bradley washfountain was the groovy place to meet and make plans for the upcoming dance. The good old days.
Happy first day of spring everyone! March 20th is the day that everyone begins thinking about spring cleaning. We also get this cheery feeling because of the blossoming flowers and chirping birds. But along with the wonderful sights and sounds of nature, come high levels of pollen, lots of coughing and sneezing. As a part of your spring cleaning this year, include handwashing and encourage your children, co-workers and teachers to do the same.
The Washfountain was one of the coolest places for kids to hang out in the 80's.And plaid was clearly the latest fashion trend. What was your favorite 80's trend? Teased hair? Neon colors? I know I was particularly fond my knew high socks.
Bradley's Flashback Friday
Each Friday, a little piece of Bradley Corporation's history will be showcased on our blog. Most of these flashback features will be fun, historic advertisements and catalog covers of Bradley products. Stay tuned each week for something different!
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This is the final post in our 4 part series on our Washfountain bowl materials. Each Friday throughout September we featured a particular material and explaining what makes it special and why you might choose it over other available options.