Sandy's Memorabilia Page

Sandy's Memorabilia Page

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Special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lock and the Kewanee Historical Society. The following pictures of memorabilia are from their collection and this website would most likely not exist without their kind and generous help and the information they have provided. Please visit their website soon at www.kewaneehistory.com/index.html

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This smart bowtie was worn by both men and women working for Sandy's as part of their uniform as well as a decorative piece worn during special corporate occasions.

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Here is an actual business card which executives would carry. The flip side (not pictured) had the classic Sandy's head and world icon on it.

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The six ounce glass was part of a give-away promotion with drink purchase at Sandy's. The earlier version had the dancing Sandy's girl on it. This is a later version with the Sandy's girl head.

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We see here an example of the corporate postcard which was sent from the corporate office in Kewanee, Illinois. The backside states the classic Sandy's motto "home of the plaid beret".

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Hello my name is buttons were used for corporate meetings and functions. Insert your name here with the dancing Sandy's girl icon!

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This bag with the classic Sandy's trademark and the red and black plaid pattern stripes would have been used for several hamburgers, a hamburger and fries or perhaps a Big Scott burger!

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Full Color napkins in the classic Sandy's color! Unheard of today, just another fine touch put into the quality you would find at your local Sandys.

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This fantastic charm was part of the womens decorative corporate uniform. The measurement for the charm is approximately 1 inch

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Here we find a Sandy's zipper briefcase. There is also an older black version (different briefcase entirely) with a gold trim Sandy's dancing girl icon printed on the side.

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Produced in 1972, the Sandy's coloring book was most likely the last of the huge amount of promotional materials produced over fifteen years of operations. Each child was given one just for visiting Sandy's.

Special thanks to Sandy's Super-fan Chris Bryant Gerdes who provided the image of the incredible napkin seen above. The color on this now some thirty-something year old gem is outstanding and one is hard pressed to find a finer example at any restaurant much less a drive-in. Chris also provided the images for the next four items which include; Sandy's glass (filled with white) with the new Sandy's girl head icon and a Sandy's tie which was worn by employees, three types of Sandy's playing cards, Sandy's quick chiller glass and finally two different Sandy's glasses!

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