<div style="float: right; border: 1px solid #8888aa; padding: 4px; margin: 10px;">Excerpts from "The Woolworth Manager's Work Song":<div style="margin: 10px;">The buyer told you what was new,<br>Then he assigned you quite a few.<br>Your total sales were only two:<br>Don't blame the buyer...it was you!<br>...<br>Shrinkage, watch out for shrinkage,<br>or else the one that ends up shrinking there<br>will probably be you.</div></div>Starting in 1953, he produced industrial musicals for corporate clients in the United States and other countries. His biggest production was DuPont's multi-million-dollar Wonderful World of Chemistry at the 1964 New York World's Fair. Brown wrote, produced, and directed a musical involving interaction between live performers and life-sized actors on film. In over 17,000 performances it was seen by over 5.2 million people.
Another example of his corporate work is an industrial musical revue for Woolworth performed in June 1965 called Mr. Woolworth Had a Notion.