Posted 1 year ago
In the 1950's, local radio stations and The Coca-Cola Company sponsored school dances, calling it the Hi-Fi Club. The Coca-Cola Company produced a variety of premiums to hand out as prizes, such as transistor radios, record players, holders, pins, jewelry, clothing...
By 1949, there were over two million teenagers participating in the Hi-Fi club.
The first photo shows a 1950's LP record holder. The second photo is a close up of a record label. Third photo shows two pins that were handed out and last photo shows a red vest with the Hi-Fi patch and Fishtail Coca-Cola patch. I also own a Hi-Fi membership sign-up sheet.
Thanks for viewing my items. Ray