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May 17, 1994 | James M. Gomez, Times staff writer
Unisen Inc. appears to be climbing the fast track to success. The Tustin-based maker of health club and home exercise equipment said that the nationwide health craze has pushed sales significantly, thanks in large part to the introduction four months ago of its Star Step stair-climbing machine. "It's a new record and we anticipate this growth to continue," said Jim McPartland, executive vice president of the privately held company.
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November 9, 1997
Phil Dyskow has been appointed president of Yamaha Marine Group in Cypress. He had been senior vice president since 1995. Dyskow will also oversee the Yamaha Boat Co. In addition, Jack Malone, general manager of Yamaha Marine Group, was named vice president. * Paul F. Rodeno is a new executive vice president of Eldorado Bank in Tustin. Rodeno had been with San Dieguito National Bank for more than 10 years.
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August 3, 1992 | CRISTINA LEE
Each time the U.S. Olympic basketball team--better known as the Dream Team--plays in Barcelona, the 30 employees at Laguna Tectrix Inc. train their eyes on Larry Bird, the Boston Celtics star. After all, employees recount with pride, Bird uses a ClimbMax stair climber that they made. But none are prouder than the founders of this 5-year-old company: Michael T. Sweeney, 39; his brother, James S. Sweeney, 40; and Duane P. Stark, 35. They are their own Dream Team of sorts.
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December 26, 1989 | PATRICK MOTT, Mott, an Orange County-based free-lancer, writes frequently for View.
OK, so now we can admit it: Exercising is one gigantic, thunderous, crashing bore. All that stuff about "runner's high" and the Zenlike pleasure of feeling "the burn" and the purity of spirit achieved through sheer aerobic depletion--well, we're all big boys and girls now, and we know it's a bunch of snake oil. Exercise is not fun.
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