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March 17, 1992 | MARTHA GROVES
The last few months have been enlightening for Sat Santokh Singh Khalsa. After nearly three decades of peace, civil rights and environmental activism, Khalsa--an ex-New Yorker who sports the flowing beard and white turban of a Sikh--is finding out that it's possible to actually make some money while trying to save the Earth. With four children in college, he said, the timing couldn't be better. Khalsa, 52, and his partner, Steve Bogoff, run Rainforest Products Inc.
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March 17, 1992 | MARTHA GROVES
The last few months have been enlightening for Sat Santokh Singh Khalsa. After nearly three decades of peace, civil rights and environmental activism, Khalsa--an ex-New Yorker who sports the flowing beard and white turban of a Sikh--is finding out that it's possible to actually make some money while trying to save the Earth. With four children in college, he said, the timing couldn't be better. Khalsa, 52, and his partner, Steve Bogoff, run Rainforest Products Inc.
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February 7, 1992
Bruce Perlowin, a convicted big-time drug smuggler who admitted his illegal expertise in an unusual resume, has landed a job. The resume, which began with the headline: "Ex-Marijuana Kingpin Needs a Job," helped Perlowin get a $25,000-a-year position as national sales manager for the Rainforest Products company in Mill Valley.
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