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Best Channel Vendor 2017CRS Turns 90 This Year!

CRS was founded in 1927. Here is another block-buster event that occurred during 1927:

Charles Lindbergh tickertape paradeOn June 11, 1927, Charles Lindbergh received the first Distinguished Flying Cross ever awarded. On June 13, New York honored him with the parade and a key to the city. The crowds in lower Broadway were such as police had never seen before.The sidwalks were packed tight, all skyscraper windows were filled with heads as close as bunched grapes, heads peered over the rooftops and adventurous youths perched on cornices and window sills. The paper snowstorm with which New York greets its favorites had begun to fall while Lindbergh was still down the bay, but when he road up Broadway it became a blizzard. Nor was it confined to Broadway and Fifth Avenue, over which the parade marched. At the signal of the harbor crafts' whistles the air became full of paper over the whole city. Miles from the route that Lindbergh had to pass the artificial snow drifted downward and coated the city.