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April 5, 1989 | MARY ANN GALANTE, Times Staff Writer
Catchit--once one of the hippest surf wear companies on the West Coast--has moved its surf trunks and body shorts to the San Fernando Valley. The move from Tustin to Van Nuys this week was part of a shake-up by Van Nuys Surf Co., which became Catchit's sole owner last month when it bought the 50% interest of founder and former President Ian Foreman. Now Van Nuys Surf Co. hopes to revive sales by selling Catchit's surf trunks and board shorts to more than just surfers.
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April 5, 1989 | MARY ANN GALANTE, Times Staff Writer
Catchit--once one of the hippest surf-wear companies on the West Coast--has moved its surf trunks and body shorts to the San Fernando Valley. The move from Tustin to Van Nuys this week was part of a shake-up by the Van Nuys Surf Co., which became Catchit's sole owner last month when it bought out the 50% interest of Ian Foreman, founder and former president. And now Van Nuys Surf Co.'s owners hope to revive sales by selling their surf trunks and board shorts to more than just surfers.
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BUSINESS
January 4, 1989
A marvelous appointment--that of President-elect George Bush's of Jack Kemp to HUD (Part I, Dec. 20). I predict that with Kemp's faith in private enterprise, his first move to solve America's problem of the homeless will be to offer a double tax credit to major appliance dealers for donating their discarded crates to those citizens who can't afford decent housing. KARL BENJAMIN Claremont
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April 5, 1989 | MARY ANN GALANTE, Times Staff Writer
Catchit--once one of the hippest surf wear companies on the West Coast--has moved its surf trunks and body shorts to the San Fernando Valley. The move from Tustin to Van Nuys this week was part of a shake-up by Van Nuys Surf Co., which became Catchit's sole owner last month when it bought the 50% interest of founder and former President Ian Foreman. Now Van Nuys Surf Co. hopes to revive sales by selling Catchit's surf trunks and board shorts to more than just surfers.
BUSINESS
April 5, 1989 | MARY ANN GALANTE, Times Staff Writer
Catchit--once one of the hippest surf-wear companies on the West Coast--has moved its surf trunks and body shorts to the San Fernando Valley. The move from Tustin to Van Nuys this week was part of a shake-up by the Van Nuys Surf Co., which became Catchit's sole owner last month when it bought out the 50% interest of Ian Foreman, founder and former president. And now Van Nuys Surf Co.'s owners hope to revive sales by selling their surf trunks and board shorts to more than just surfers.
BUSINESS
January 4, 1989
A marvelous appointment--that of President-elect George Bush's of Jack Kemp to HUD (Part I, Dec. 20). I predict that with Kemp's faith in private enterprise, his first move to solve America's problem of the homeless will be to offer a double tax credit to major appliance dealers for donating their discarded crates to those citizens who can't afford decent housing. KARL BENJAMIN Claremont
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