... as all good stories start, the famous trade mark you've
seen on thousands of Greyhound buses came to life.
At first she was kind of small, a little awkward ... playful
and puppyish and not at all like the distinguished lady she would
come to be. But, without a doubt, a living symbol had
been born ... and we called her LADY GREYHOUND.
Now, after several years of representing Greyhound, she's
already been more places and done more things than most people
do in a whole lifetime. She's even visited the White House.
An important part of LADY GREYHOUND'S work is helping with
many worthy charity drives that take place around the
country every year. For example, she has served as Pet Division
Director for the Easter Seal Campaign and has helped the American
Humane Society with their programs.
She's been on television, too. Maybe you've seen her with
such stars as Jack Benny, Art Linkletter, Steve Allen, Garry
Moore, and Ed Murrow.
As you might guess, LADY GREYHOUND has a very busy schedule.
But, no matter how tired she may be, she's always ready with
a wag of the tail and a shake of the paw for any young admirer.
Not only is she an important member of The Greyhound Corporation's
she has her own family as well. In private life she's married
to a champion greyhound and is the mother of nine handsome puppies.
Children in several lucky homes throughout the country are having
fun right this minute with their very own LADY GREYHOUND pups.
But even raising her own family hasn't interfered with LADY
GREYHOUND'S career. She'll be continuing her fine work as a faithful
public servant so that the many deserving people she helps will
be able to live happily ever after.