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September 20, 1988 | BRUCE HOROVITZ
Suppose you saw a car commercial that repeated five times--in one minute--that the model was an import. Then imagine if that same advertisement hardly mentioned who was selling it. What car maker, with its headlights on straight, would run such an ad? Toyota? Nope. Nissan? No way. Volkswagen? Not even close. How about--Chevrolet? Early next month, television viewers living on the West Coast will see ads for a new line of cars called Geo to be sold by Chevrolet.
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September 20, 1988 | BRUCE HOROVITZ
Suppose you saw a car commercial that repeated five times--in one minute--that the model was an import. Then imagine if that same advertisement hardly mentioned who was selling it. What car maker, with its headlights on straight, would run such an ad? Toyota? Nope. Nissan? No way. Volkswagen? Not even close. How about--Chevrolet? Early next month, television viewers living on the West Coast will see ads for a new line of cars called Geo to be sold by Chevrolet.
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November 26, 1989 | MICHELLE FUETSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A trans-Pacific balloon flight from Japan to California was scrubbed 30 minutes before takeoff Saturday when frost damage caused a section of the balloon fabric to separate as the sky ship was being filled with hot air. Richard Branson, chairman of Virgin Atlantic Airways, said he and his flying partner, Swedish balloonist Per Lindstrand, might "end up in the Pacific" instead of in America if they took off in the damaged balloon.
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