August 11, 1992
The Right Start Inc., a juvenile products catalogue company in Westlake Village, has teamed with Reebok International Ltd.'s Weebok division, to launch a Weebok children's catalogue. Weebok is the children's apparel and footwear unit of the Stoughton, Mass., athletic shoe maker. The new catalogue will feature Weebok's complete line of infant and toddler apparel, footwear and accessories. It will be mailed nationally during the first quarter of 1993.
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October 19, 1999
The Right Start Inc., Westlake Village, reported a net loss of $2.7 million for the second quarter ended July 31, compared to a net loss of $1 million for the same period last year. Revenue increased to $10.6 million from $8.8 million. The company markets high-end products for infants and toddlers through its retail stores, the Right Start catalog and its Web site--http://www.rightstart.com.
June 23, 1992
The Right Start Inc., a Westlake Village-based juvenile products catalog company, said it has agreed to open a Right Start operation on a test basis in one of Rich's department stores in Atlanta. Rich's, which has 13 stores in the Atlanta area, is a division of Federated Department Stores Inc. Right Start said that beginning in September its merchandise will occupy 2,300 square feet of space in Rich's Lenox Square store in north Atlanta.
March 15, 1994
The Right Start Inc. reported earnings of $155,000 for the third quarter ended Feb. 23, up from $146,000 for the same period in 1993. However, the company reported a loss of $186,000 for the first nine months, compared to earnings of $640,000 for the same period last year. Revenues increased 27% to $10.9 million for the third quarter, up from $8.5 million for the same period last year. Revenues for the year-to-date period were reported at $40.5 million, up from $28.
December 15, 1992
The Right Start Inc., a Westlake Village marketer of children's items by catalogue, said its fiscal second-quarter profit fell 23% from a year earlier despite a 55% jump in revenue. In the quarter ended Nov. 25, Right Start's net income fell to $204,000 from $266,000 a year earlier, even though its revenue climbed to $10.1 million from $6.55 million.
October 22, 1991
The Right Start Inc., a mail-order marketer of children's merchandise, has completed an initial public stock offering that provided the Westlake Village company with $11.5 million in gross proceeds. Two million common shares of Right Start were offered to the public last week for $5.75 a share. The stock was offered by American Recreation Centers Inc., a Sacramento-based concern that formerly owned all of Right Start.