National Radio Service Men’s Association Logo – Antique Radio TV Repairman – Vacuum Tube Radio – Vintage Logo Design T-Shirt
The National Radio Service Men’s Association was an early trade association for radio repair technicians and service providers in the United States.
– Founded in 1913 by a group of radio servicemen in Boston, Massachusetts
– One of the first organized groups representing the interests of radio technicians and retailers
– Originally called the National Association of Radio Service Men when founded in 1913
– Renamed the National Radio Service Men’s Association in the early 1920s
– Published a monthly journal called “Service” starting in 1913 to share industry news
– Held annual conventions where new radio products and servicing methods were highlighted
– Pushed for training and licensing of radio servicemen to improve standards and expertise
– Advocated for servicemen’s interests with radio manufacturers and government regulators
– Was a leading voice in establishing a strong professional trade for radio service providers
– Membership grew rapidly in the 1920s and 30s as radios became mass consumer goods
– Declined after WWII as consumer electronics became more standardized and assembly line produced
The National Radio Service Men’s Association was an influential early trade group that helped promote the interests of professional radio repair businesses and technicians in the early 20th century.
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.: Materials: 100% bio-washed chino twill cotton (hat), 100% PU leather (patch)
.: Unstructured, six-panel, low-profile
.: Pre-curved bill
.: Sewn-in label
.: Blank sourced from Bangladesh
.: NB! Hand-wash only