It was 1910. John Blair, a law understudy at the University of Pennsylvania, was drawn closer by a kindred understudy who had as of late acquired a parka processing plant. Easter excursion and a train ride home to Warren was all the time John expected to settle on his choice.
John Blair just ready to offer one dark waterproof shell to a funeral director, however he wasn't going to surrender. He chose the most ideal approach to arrive at the new advertise he had recently made as far as he could tell - the market of funeral directors who might wear dark parkas - was via mail.
So with just $500 acquired capital, he printed and sent flyers the nation over. Also, he sold 1200 parkas quickly! Subsequently, the New Process Company was made.