Say Goodbye to Dandelion – Crayola Retires Color
For the first time ever, Crayola retires color in an event held in Times Square, NYC. The color to go is Dandelion, the yellowish color crayon. Crayola is a brand of manufactured supplies and best known for its crayons. The company is based in Forks Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, USA.
As a result, the tour came to Times Square and while Crayola setup and was a success. The rain put a damper on today’s fun-time for the children, however, the party went on. Crayola retired the color Dandelion (yellowish) from its traditional 24-count crayon box. Once retired, the color will stop its mass production.
We still caught some awesome experiences with some of the brave comers at one of New York City Events held for children.
Crayola has inspired artistic creativity in children for more than 100 years – since the first box of Crayola crayons rolled off the assembly line in 1903. Early products included red oxide pigment used as barn paint and carbon black used in car tires.