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Posted By: John Kuvakas Moderator
Posted On: Wednesday March 25, 2020 at 10:31 AM
 
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Pretty much a matter of public record.
Gage was a member of the team at Proctor and Gamble that developed Pringles...and the logo does look like him. Click here. And here.

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Dennis Gage by John Kuvakas #47432Moderator
Dennis always does a fine job. (EOM) by John Bono #47432.1
I agree 101% And who else can wear the kind of 'stache he has ! (EOM) by Steve Jakubczak #47432.1.1
Interesting guy: musician, PhD in chemistry, holder of many food by Rick Thompson #47432.2
Wow! Fascinating! All that and he's clearly a car guy! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #47432.2.1Moderator
Wow...I didn't know that about him. Very interesting! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #47432.2.2
I’m not sure any of that is true, but I know for sure he had nothing to do with Pringle’s which were by steve kiraly #47432.2.3
Pretty much a matter of public record. by John Kuvakas #47432.2.3.1Moderator
Yes. He was a product development scientist at Proctor and Gamble, by Rick Thompson #47432.2.3.1.1
Still waiting for your retraction, Steve! All I wrote is true. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #47432.2.3.2
I can find no reference to him in the invention (?) of Pringles. But, I bow to your knowledge. by steve kiraly #47432.2.3.2.1
I can't believe it, I live 35 miles from Delavan, WI and didn't know about this show at Lake Lawn. (EOM) by Bill Juffernbruch #47432.3
He hosts a TV show that's fun to watch - I do that on YT. Eccentric in appearance by Bruce Gibbins #47432.4




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