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April 2, 1991 | JANE APPLEGATE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An acrimonious legal battle between two competing Southland window blind makers has escalated after 3 Day Blinds placed ads in major regional publications proclaiming that Qwik Blinds filed for bankruptcy protection last May. The ad, which ran late last month in more than 1 million copies of the Pennysaver, the Orange County Register and all editions of The Los Angeles Times, warned shoppers about falling "victim to their (Qwik Blinds') problems." "It's your money.
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April 2, 1991 | JANE APPLEGATE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An acrimonious legal battle between two competing Southland window blind makers has escalated after 3 Day Blinds placed ads in major regional publications proclaiming that Qwik Blinds filed for bankruptcy protection last May. The ad, which ran late last month in more than 1 million copies of the Pennysaver, the Orange County Register and all editions of The Los Angeles Times, warned shoppers about falling "victim to their (Qwik Blinds') problems." "It's your money.
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April 10, 1991 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The landscape is already littered with remnants of the go-go 1980s. BMW automobile sales cascaded as the German mark strengthened. Pasta salads became passe. Executive women are eschewing the navy-blue power suit. Then there is the mini-blind. The popularity of mini-blinds soared in the '80s. Mini-blind dealers joined video stores and fitness clubs among the hot new-business ventures of the decade. Now, however, mini-blind sales are as flat as day-old Perrier.
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