Stegmaier took the opportunity to promote their products to the thirsty traveler. Here are four metal license plates for the front of your car. As far back as I can remember, PA only had one plate for the rear of the car. Note that the maroon one is also found as a pressed wood plate.
Here is a mileage locator probably stationed at a welcome center in the city. You turn the knobs and you can view where you want to travel, how many miles, what routes, and a phone number of a hotel at that location. Most importantly, you view a bottle of Steg and the factory. Those highways are awfully dry and dusty and create quite a parched sensation.
If you’re headed to Wilke-Barre or Scranton, this rather large pressed board sign will get you there. Don’t forget to have a cold Steg when you reach your destination.