B. Prosperous

Continuing our ongoing theme of strange corporate mascots:

From 1960-1962, B. Prosperous was the mascot of the Eastern Trust Company. He demonstrates a popular trend among mid-twentieth-century mascot creators, which was to slap a human head and limbs onto some inanimate object and call it a mascot.

Montreal Gazette - Mar 22, 1961

     Posted By: Alex - Tue Jul 02, 2019
     Category: Corporate Mascots, Icons and Spokesbeings | 1960s

My grandpa P told me when I was young to "pay yourself first." That advice is the best I've ever heard even though it meant years of second hand cars and low rent apartments.
Posted by KDP on 07/02/19 at 11:53 AM
Say what you will about B. Prosperous — they’ll never have to worry about him being busted for drugs or kiddie porn, or for saying something racist.
Posted by Brian on 07/02/19 at 06:41 PM
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