Dennis Long statement

Dennis Long statement

I enjoyed reading” Bitter Brew” by William Knoedelseder last week,which is about the the rise and fall of Anheuser-Busch and America’s King of Beer.I couldn’t put this book down until I had finished reading it. I have been a professional illustrator,living in St. Louis, for over fifty years,and most St.Louis illustrators have created illustrations,until recently,for Anheuser-Busch, including myself. In 1980,while I was employed by Maritz Motivation Company,I created five illustrations for “Dimensions of Excellence”, a leather bound book, for Anheuser-Busch wholesalers. This book was basically an announcement to these wholesalers of a motivation program to win travel and trophy by selling and distributing AB products. The Dennis Long statement was printed near the front of this book.

Life blood of our business

Life blood of our business

This statement was also printed near the front of the book.

Sales and Marketing illustration by John Dyess

Sales and Marketing illustration by John Dyess

Delivery illustration by John Dyess

Delivery illustration by John Dyess

Warehousing illustration by John Dyess

Warehousing illustration by John Dyess

Community Involvement illustration by John Dyess

Community Involvement illustration by John Dyess

 

 

 

 

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Comments
  1. Ed Koehler says:

    These are great John! I’m planning on reading Bitter Brew. If you like beer history, I’d also recommend Ambitious Brew by Maureen Ogle. Great art, as always!

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