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Radio stations have used bumper stickers for years to build brand awareness — especially with a format change.
Bumper stickers have often become collector’s items. One guy has collected almost 2,000 radio station bumper stickers. Be sure to send him one of yours. Patrick Garrett also has a collection of radio station bumper stickers — many of them classics from call letters during the glory days of top 40 radio.
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The bumper sticker as we know it today can be traced back to a screen printer in Kansas City, Mo. named Forrest P. Gill. In the 1940s, he found himself with a surplus of two wartime technologies: adhesive-backed paper and fluorescent paint. He combined the two and the bumper sticker was born. His new creation was a significant improvement over handmade signs that fell off cars or easily wore down.
The first early adopters of bumper stickers were tourist sites. Instead of having a single sign on the side of the road, destinations now had countless ads traveling across the country.
The popularity of bumper stickers took a major step forward during the 1952 presidential election between Dwight Eisenhower and Adlai Stevenson. It was the first election to include the use of bumper stickers as advertising materials. They have since been used in every U.S. presidential election. To this day, political advertising remains a mainstay use of bumper stickers.
Radio Stations began using bumper stickers in the 1950’s and 1960’s as a way to promote their stations with listeners, often with a contest.