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ADVERTISING 100


BMJ • 1920-2020


A JOURNEY IN (advertising) SPACE AND TIME


BMJ delves back through some of its archived issues, looking at which companies were advertising and what was happening.


February 1976: Size: 116 pages On the cover: Ryarsh Bricks Advertisers: Wheatley & Co, Nitromors, Nailpak, Tufcel Cladding, Grohe, Gainsborough, Mustang Tools, Redland Roof Tiles, Brewercowls, Conex Sanbra, International Timber, Terrain. What was happening: NFPBM (what was to become the BMF) argues over membership rules; GAI celebrates 15th anniversary; Merchant sales and profits fall; UBM sets up as separate trading identity; NFPBM receives keys to new head ofice in Soho Square, London; Unimer turnover grows to £34.4m


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March 1976: Size: 138 pages - plus 76page Heating Supplement On the cover: Yale Advertisers: Crossley Roof Tiles, Perkins 7 Powell door closers, Ideal Standard, Cuprinol, Dow Corning, Henry Squire & Sons, Brookhouse Building Components, Thorn Heating


What was happening: Merger of SWC and Humperson Group (merchants); London Merchant Associations debate their future; Monteith Building Services gets computerised; BMJ reports from the International Spring Fair for Hardware and the HEVAC Show, both at the, then new, NEC in Birmingham.


www.buildersmerchantsjournal.net August 2020


YEARS


Illustrations: Vecteezy


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