This outfit was worn on special occasions such as the national meeting or store openings and also for local promotions. The pockets near the bottom of the blouse are actually shoe holders to keep the shoes from being scuffed while traveling!
A disposable glass is just what is needed for a special promotion. Receive your drink in this and you can choose to re-use it or dispose of it if you wish. It appears to be able to hold 12 ounces. Sandy's offered two sizes 12 oz. and 16 oz. The 12 oz. was the best seller. Today a 12 oz. drink is considered a child's meal portion. This plastic glass is transparent and has a paper insert in it for picture details. The reverse side has the wave icon for Sandy's choice of beverage - Coca Cola.
Sandy's nifty shopping list. While you are out and about grocery shopping, this checklist reminded you to stop by for your favorite Sandy's treats. Very convenient for picking up a meal for the whole family!
One of the best promotions of all time. The Sandy's flexible flyer kite give away promotion. Everyone went home happy when this promo was taking place. Not only did the family enjoy their favorite restaurant but each child received this classic kite with the Sandy's icon on it from the 1960's.
Sandy's ash tray
Sandy's 1968 convention program.
Sandy's printer block for print advertising.
Here are completed listings from ebay of Sandy's items. You can usually find something on ebay around once per month, sometimes up to three items at a time. Other times you may not see one listing for around two months. The most common item is the Sandy's glass with the Sandy's Scottish dancing girl icon on it which typically sells for around $4. Please click on a link to see the completed auction details.
To view a larger copy of this ad which was featured in LOOK magazine on July 25, 1967, please The following are advertising slides from the national office in Kewanee, Illinois. They are from 1971.
To view a larger copy of this ad which was featured in LOOK magazine on July 25, 1967, please
The following are advertising slides from the national office in Kewanee, Illinois. They are from 1971.