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October 17, 1989 | HILLIARD HARPER
Sandy Brue is one chief executive officer who knows her animals. That is one reason why Brue's 8-year-old company, Sandicast, rang up annual sales of more than $10 million in 1988. Brue links her company's success to attention to detail. She makes sure that a decorative "cast stone" animal sculpture looks like the real thing. So a Sandicast figure, whether it's a Samoyed, a Rottweiler, a sharpei, or a golden retriever, will look like the real McCoy, or at least the real McPup.
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October 17, 1989 | HILLIARD HARPER
Sandy Brue is one chief executive officer who knows her animals. That is one reason why Brue's 8-year-old company, Sandicast, rang up annual sales of more than $10 million in 1988. Brue links her company's success to attention to detail. She makes sure that a decorative "cast stone" animal sculpture looks like the real thing. So a Sandicast figure, whether it's a Samoyed, a Rottweiler, a sharpei, or a golden retriever, will look like the real McCoy, or at least the real McPup.
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