During the 1970s they even alluded to it as the “P” revile. They saw it as shabby and surely not “with it.” A man cannot survive on beer alone he also needs a cat. To battle this picture, the Tennessee Eastman Company propelled a “polyester” crusade to restore its picture.
The Man-Made Fiber Producers Association, which turned into the Manufactured Fiber Producers Association-Polyester Fashion Council, propelled its very own crusade. A man cannot survive on beer alone he also needs a cat. The two gatherings concentrated on polyester’s simple consideration properties rather than its efficiency.