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July 26, 1994 | Jack Searles
The past year's floods, hurricanes and earthquakes have helped double the sales of Survivor Industries Inc., reports Howard Wallace, the Newbury Park firm's president and chief executive. Survivor produces emergency kits containing blankets, water and its own high-nutritional food bars. The company's annual revenues are running at an $8-million pace for '94, which would be up from $4 million last year and $2 million in 1992, Wallace reports.
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July 26, 1994 | Jack Searles
The past year's floods, hurricanes and earthquakes have helped double the sales of Survivor Industries Inc., reports Howard Wallace, the Newbury Park firm's president and chief executive. Survivor produces emergency kits containing blankets, water and its own high-nutritional food bars. The company's annual revenues are running at an $8-million pace for '94, which would be up from $4 million last year and $2 million in 1992, Wallace reports.
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May 21, 2000 | COLL METCALFE
Amid the crisis in war-ravaged Sierra Leone, Bob Stolz of Newbury Park-based Survivor Industries Inc. stepped in to lend a hand. Last week, Stolz traveled to the small West African country to deliver food supplies to weary refugees huddled in camps run by the United Methodist Church. Although he would have liked to stay longer, he said the deteriorating situation in Sierra Leone forced a hasty retreat.
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May 13, 1997 | LEO SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ventura County resident Bob Stotz was out of town on business when a series of small aftershocks rumbled through the area recently. But had he been home, he no doubt would have been prepared for whatever the earthquakes had to offer. Stotz is vice president of Survivor Industries Inc., a Newbury Park-based manufacturer of emergency survival kits. And as the Earth moved near Simi Valley, Stotz was busy promoting his company's survival products in South Africa.
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January 2, 1996 | JACK SEARLES
An executive of a Newbury Park company that makes emergency preparedness kits has pleaded guilty to felony insider-trading charges that could send him to prison for 15 years and bring a fine of more than $1 million. Kenneth E. Rottenberg, vice president of Survivor Industries Inc.
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January 16, 1985 | DOUG SMITH
Occasionally, those who live and work in the Valley leave it to share their vision with the world outside. That is what Jeffrey Stevens was up to one morning recently when he walked past a grass-lined sidewalk on Wilshire Boulevard and stepped into the newly refinished lobby of the Art Moderne headquarters of a big insurance company. Stevens works for Survivor Industries Inc.
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April 25, 1986 | PATRICIA WARD BIEDERMAN
The organizers of Earthquake Preparedness Week really blew it. Had they wanted to jolt the citizenry into stockpiling provisions and taking other precautions, they should have arranged for a telecast of the 1974 movie "Earthquake." I don't remember much about that movie except how rotten it was--rotten but scary rotten--and that the quake that provided its seat-rattling denouement had a sensibility remarkably like Jerry Falwell's.
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April 12, 1990 | DEAN MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Paranoid paradise could be found Wednesday in the Arco Plaza subterranean shopping center in downtown Los Angeles, where a couple of dozen vendors were cashing in one of the city's greatest collective fears: EARTHQUAKE! They came with solutions to every earthquake phobia imaginable, and then some. Afraid of running out of batteries? For $40, you could buy a flashlight-radio that plays for 30 minutes on 200 cranks of its plastic arm. Shattered glass?
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