Monday, April 29, 2019

Fact of the Day: Crayola Founders

The famous crayon company Crayola was once named Binney and Smith, after its founders Edwin Binney and C. Harold Smith

10 comments:

Sakuranko said...

Oh very interesting darling
xx

Margaret D said...

Oh really, wonder why the name was changed!

stevevhan said...

Wow! This is an awesome info!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

"Crayola" is a much better corporate name.

Christine said...

Great business!

Fundy Blue said...

To this day I love my Crayola crayons!

Huggybear said...

What change??????????????????????
Colin

Martha said...

I like "Crayola" better.

Kirk said...

When I was a kid (late '60s-early '70s) you could still see the Binney and Smith name in really small letters, though the crayons themselves weren't called that.

Kay said...

I wonder what made them change the name to Crayola. Why Crayola?