WARM AND FATHER’S DAY '70s STYLE
Back in the day, WARM Radio had a contest for everything. When June came before there was ever a Pocono Race, the Mighty 590 had a very popular Father’s Day contest.
As indicated by this survey sheet featuring Len Woloson, a lucky dad could win a $200.00 wardrobe from WARM Radio. The survey sheet was dated May 31, 1970. The number one song was “American Woman” by The Guess Who. Clothing prices for men in 1970 were very low compared to today’s prices. A suit could run you $100.00 (and that was a good one) and two suits could be bought at outlets for about $125.00. Ties ran about ten bucks and belts and socks were in that price range. So $200.00 went a long way in getting a WARMland dad spruced up. Maybe he’s have enough left over to buy a little something for Junior.