Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Remember The Fuller Brush Man?

Yeah, the Fuller Brush man.
You remember him: The guy who sold handy, everyday household brushes of all shapes and sizes (and numerous other items) door-to-door.
He was a swell guy. A regular, All-American friend to millions of housewives.
And he always had a door-opener -- a small brush or other item that was yours free just for letting him in and listening to his pitch. Well, the Fuller Brush man went the way of home doctor visits and the milkman and nearly all other door-to-door salespeople.
And once the Fuller Brush man disappeared, some people forgot about Fuller brushes.
But Fuller Brush is still around and the brushes and many other household cleaning products are still made here in the USA. We discovered all this recently at the Fuller Brush store in an outlet mall in Branson Missouri.
There are only a few such stores but many Fuller Brush products are available at fine retailers (such as Home Depot, Lowe's and even Wegman's). And the full line of Fuller products can also be found at the company's web site. These are quality products -- finely made, practical and hard-working. And you can order anything you want online.
Fuller Brush has been in business since 1906.
You won't believe the range of products that the company offers. And yes, you can even become a Fuller Brush distributor. 
To visit Fuller Brush, click here.

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