In April, Vent-A-Hood will be headed to New Orleans to the 2013 Kitchen and Bath show. To read more information about the announcement please click here.
There was a bold spirit taking hold across America in 1933. And the origins of a new company in Texas named Vent-A-Hood entered the scene. Here’s a look at this year in history when Vent-A-Hood was established:
- Construction began on the Golden Gate Bridge
- FDR was elected president and declared: “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”
- The magazine, Esquire, was founded
- The first minimum wage law was established to pay 25 cents per hour
- The New York Giants won the World Series
- Prohibition ended
- The price of a U.S. first-class stamp was 3 cents
- The board game “Monopoly” was invented
- US and Canada dropped the Gold Standard
- The year delivered many memorable things
The entrepreneurial idea to bring the indoor range hood to the masses was among them. Vent-A-Hood took on an important task to educate consumers on the need and the ability to effectively ventilate cooking contaminants from the kitchen. It was seen as an extravagance at first, but the idea took hold and the Vent-A-Hood name won a large following. Today, as the company marks its 80th anniversary, we salute a generation of determination and the many loyal people who have followed and improved on a great thing.
Over the years Vent-A-Hood has changed with the times when it comes with advertising campaigns and promoting the product. Check out one of our ad’s from the 1950’s. Click on the link below to see a piece of Vent-A-Hood history.