Brownes de­but is in the bag

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News -

THE first-ever Brownes show­bags have hit the Clare­mont Show­ground.

It is the first time in 100 years the company has sold a goodie bag at the an­nual event.

Brownes had a stand at the an­nual event in the 1950s and Brownes founder Ed­ward Browne was a judge at the 1915 show, pos­si­bly mak­ing the company the event’s long­est-serv­ing ex­hibitor.

The $10 show­bag in­cludes sev­eral drinks, yogo, yo­ghurt and a cooler bag. said. “To be able to cre­ate some­thing that can be en­joyed by oth­ers must be quite gor­geous. I have made at­tempts in the past but I don’t seem to have the knack. I blame my mother; she was very tal­ented and it was a bit off-putting.”

The toys will be do­nated to chil­dren at PMH.

The 1950s Brownes ex­hi­bi­tion.

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