Wheaties is a brand of General Mills breakfast cereal. It is well known for featuring prominent athletes on the exterior of the package. Getting on a Wheaties Box I have several pictures of people that I want to get on a" Wheaties Box. " (People that have won a competition, best in class, that kind of thing).
1990 World Series Champions Cincinnati Reds TEAM Signed Autographed Wheaties Box by Pinella, Larkin, O'Neill, Eric Davis, Sabo, 15 more BLACK CUSTOM FRAME PSA FULL Letter of Authenticity. Signed Ripken Jr. Picture Framed 1995 Wheaties Box 16x20 Display JSA Certified Autographed MLB Photos. by Sports This empty box is in overall good condition (picture 3 shows a tear, and the last picture. I had him sign this as this was the heyday of when I was a k Wheaties Unopened Box Raiders 1996 Mint 503 rows In 1934, the breakfast cereal Wheaties began the practice of including Vintage Wheaties box of cereal.
Find this Pin and more on Wheaties by Missy Dye McDonald. All about Wheaties Cereal from General Mills pictures and information including commercials and cereal boxes if available. Browse wheaties box pictures, photos, images, GIFs, and videos on Photobucket A marketing executive named Sam Gale came up with the thought of placing an athlete's picture on the side of the Wheaties box to increase sales of the product after realizing how important sports such as baseball were to the average person in the US.
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Photo By ROdin Eckenroth via getty IMages. Unsurprisingly, radio was a strong marketing tool used by the brand, and the first character featured on the box (even before reallife athlete Lou Gehrig) was a fictitious high school athlete named Jack. Wheaties boxes have become a canvas for spotlighting some of Americas most celebrated The Wheaties cereal box has been graced with American athletes since 1934, when baseball great Lou Gehrig was bestowed the honor.
Over the years, esteemed athletes such as Bruce Jenner, Mary Lou Retton, Michael Jordan, Chris Evert and Andre Agassi have had their turns promoting the breakfast cereal.