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November, 2009:

"I Buy My Levi's Here" – - – Starr Western Wear – - – El Paso, TX

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El Paso Water Tank & Spanish Clothing Ad

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Flagpoles, Inc. – Metal Tubular Products – JFK Airport – iPhone Shot

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Geo. L Wilson & Co., Inc. – Specialty Products for Concrete Construction – Pittsburgh, PA

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Back on the Farm – Part One – Cleveland, OH & Campbell Hall, NY

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Campbell Hall, NY

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Baldwin Belting – Goodyear – Spring Street, NYC

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Fresca – Kupchik's Grille – Cleveland, OH

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Gund's Finest Beer In Bottles – Cleveland, OH

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Eatmor Cape Cod Cranberries – Mayflower Brand – American Cranberry Exchange

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History of Cranberries

The cranberry, along with the blueberry and Concord grape, is one of North America’s three native fruits that are commercially grown. Cranberries were first used by Native Americans, who discovered the wild berry’s versatility as a food, fabric dye and healing agent. Today, cranberries are commercially grown throughout the northern part of the United States and are available in both fresh and processed forms.

The name “cranberry” derives from the Pilgrim name for the fruit, “craneberry”, so called because the small, pink blossoms that appear in the spring resemble the head and bill of a Sandhill crane. European settlers adopted the Native American uses for the fruit and found the berry a valuable bartering tool.

American whalers and mariners carried cranberries on their voyages to prevent scurvy. In 1816, Captain Henry Hall became the first to successfully cultivate cranberries. By 1871, the first association of cranberry growers in the United States had formed, and now, U.S. farmers harvest approximately 40,000 acres of cranberries each year. – Cranberries dot org

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