| RCA - "I Got a Free TV" (Commercial, 1979)|
Here's a commercial for RCA's Second Set Bonus Days sale, with a free extra console (such as a black-and-white Model AD125W set) for those who buy the 1980 model XL-100 console.
(It should be noted that Indianapolis was a major hub for RCA's record division, with that city housing one of the country's largest pressing plants that turned out millions of LP's, 45's and before that 78's from such artists including Elvis Presley, Perry Como, Harry Belafonte, Jefferson Airplane, The Guess Who, and John Denver - not to mention custom clients such as Motown and their subsidiary labels. Such pressings from RCA's Indianapolis plant, which closed in 1987, were usually sold in the Chicago area and other Midwestern and some Southern states.)
Voiceover by ??, with mention of which local Indianapolis area stores offered this sale (G&M TV in Speedway, and Curtis Bros. in Rushville), accompanied by pertinent slide.
This aired on local Indianapolis TV Wednesday, August 1st 1979 during the 6:00pm to 7:00pm timeframe.
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