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Walk Like An Egyptian Down Memory Lane as Jenny Craig Totally Takes a Look at Those Who Survived the 1980s
Carlsbad, CA, February 26, 2003 - The 1980s: big hair, shoulder pads, the Brat Pack, Devo and Spandau Ballet. Many of these trends and groups have not stood the test of time; they barely made it to 1985. Fortunately, some of our favorite "tried-and-true" products have survived the 1980s and beyond - like Jenny Craig, Inc.
"Jenny Craig is a consistent and medically sound weight loss program that has changed and evolved through our 20-year span," said Patti Larchet, President and COO of Jenny Craig, Inc. "And, like many other successful and established brands, we will continue to reflect the ever-dynamic lifestyles and needs of our clients."
In honor of its 20th anniversary, Jenny Craig takes a fun look back at 20 things that are still in style … 20 years later.
- Burberry plaid
- Calvin Klein underwear
- Cindy Crawford
- Coach handbags
- Frasier Crane - first Cheers, then Frasier
- Jenny Craig
- L.L. Bean
- Maybelline Great Lash Mascara
- Obsession perfume
- Oil of Olay moisturizing lotion
- Paul Mitchell hair care products
- Rolling Stones
- The GAP
- The peacoat