A phenomenal Television market is about to break wide open in the New England Area and Ambrose J Kelly, owner of Kelly’s Sales and Service Center, has announced that his sales department will open a drive for Christmas business on Tuesday, September 6, and will conduct a campaign to install 500 television sets in Norwood and vicinity before December 1st.

Between September 6th and December 1st every home in Norwood and many in surrounding towns will be visited by Kelly’s sales crew, and the entire group of models produced by Admiral, Philco, and General Electric will be presented for the customer’s approval.

Featured in Kelly’s campaign will be the easy way a customer may purchase a receiver All that is needed is for a buyer to signify his intention of owning a television set and a brand new, late-model receiver will be placed in his home with an expert installation to insure pleasurable and entertaining programs for the months to come.

Ambrose J. Kelly’s ambition Is to place a television set in every home in Norwood and, if possible, he hopes to make the coming Christmas a truly “Television Christmas.”



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