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Made In America

written by: silverqueen
 
Here's a quiz about American ingenuity and that all-to-rare label, Made In America.

Question 1:

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The Salton, Inc. brand, based in Lake Forest, IL, has been around since 1947 but it was the introduction of a new product in 1994 that put their appliances in over 40 million homes. When first introduced, the product moved slowly until a new celebrity spokesperson launched their new ad campaign. What celebrity spokesperson introduced the Russell Hobb Inc. "lean, mean fat-reducing machine."?
Pamela Anderson
Tiger Woods
Michael Jordan
George Foreman


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Question 2:


McDonald's is the world's largest user of toys.
True
False

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According to Harry Callahan it is "the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off. You've got to ask yourself a question: Do I feel lucky? Well do ya, punk?" With what type of handgun did Harry face down the punk?
.44 Magnum
Luger PO8
Glock 17
Beretta 92F


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Question 4:


This company, whose original name was BackRub, was started by two computer science students at Stanford University and grossed 1.256 billion in its first quarter.


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This knife was named after a man who used his knife to kill a bear after his gun jammed. The knife was used by the US Marine Corp during World War II.
Mark 1 Trench
Bowie
Gurkha
KA-BAR


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Question 6:


Wheaties is the "Breakfast of Champions". At 18 appearances, which of these sports figures has graced the cover of the Wheaties box more than any other sports figure?
Babe Ruth
Michael Jordan
Sarah Huges
Tiger Woods

Question 7:


Coppertone was born in the kitchen of Miami pharmacist, Benjamin Green. It became one of America's leading sun care products through the strength of its advertising campaign featuring the "Coppertone Girl". What actress got her start as the 1965 Coppertone Girl?
Jodie Foster
Brooke Shields
Tatum O'Neal
Laura Dern

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The "kids" of this ionic brand are over 100. And as for the product, what product is still "M'm good."?
Campbell's Soup
Smucker's
Jiff Peanut Butter
Wonder Bread


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Question 9:

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This guy has made it a long way from a bright idea by George Lerner to Hasbro to starring in Toy Story. What figure was used to launch Burger King's "Try the Fry" campaign?
Potato Patch
Mr Potato Head
Spuds Mckenzie
Tater Tot


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One of the most useful products to come out of World War II, it can still be found in most American homes. It is carried by space shuttle missions. After being assured this product was on board the Apollo 13, Edward Smylie who corrected the problems with the CO2 scrubbers said, "I felt like we were home free". What is this wonder product that was used to correct problems on both Apollo 13 and Apollo 17?
Elmer's Glue
Krazy Glue
Duct Tape
Scotch Tape


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