I grew up with this dairy, and if at home was able to greet the milkman at the door with my mom...to her dismay..lol. He would stand there with an array of porducts but the one my eye was always on was the chocolate milk...and most of time she gave in. This shirt brings back so many good memories and I am so glad that you have put it in to your line. I am sure that anyone that remembers the little guy on the bottle and the slogan would love to have the shirt.
For generations of St. Louians, Pevely Dairy was a local landmark and a sweet memory all wrapped up in one. From the 1880s to the 1980s and beyond, the enormous dairy complex stood at Grand Boulevard and Chouteau Avenue, where first horse-drawn delivery wagons and then milk trucks rumbled out the doors delivering fresh milk, ice cream and other dairy products on hundreds of routes around St. Louis. Thousands of young-at-heart area residents remember stopping in at the dairy's beloved soda fountain and thousands more recall attending performances of the Pevely Playhouse, a radio show broadcast from an auditorium at the factory.