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February 2, 1996
Yamaha Motor Corp. USA said it completed its acquisition of fishing boat manufacturer Skeeter Products Inc. of Kilgore, Texas, for $37.5 million. Cypress-based Yamaha, a unit of Yamaha Motor Co. of Tokyo, acquired Skeeter from New York-based Meridian Sports Inc.
October 26, 1986
Yamaha Motor Corp. USA has purchased six acres of land adjacent to the company's 20-acre site in CC&F Cypress Business Center, Cypress. The Anaheim office of Coldwell Banker Commercial Real Estate Services represented both Yamaha and the seller, CC&F Cypress-Katella Investment Co., in the $5-million transaction.
August 15, 1997 | P.J. Huffstutter
Admor Memory Corp. said it will unveil its new $2-million manufacturing center today. Admor--a maker of computer memory products for PCs, laptops and printers--plans to use the 1,700-square-foot addition to its existing facilities to expand into specialized technology markets. In July, for example, Admor became the exclusive memory supplier for a line of Yamaha Corp. of America's digital musical devices.
January 24, 1996
Yamaha Motor Corp. USA plans to acquire a Texas-based fishing boat manufacturer for $37.5 million in a move aimed at further increasing Yamaha's reach into the water-sports market. Yamaha, which already owns two U.S.-based boat builders, will acquire Skeeter Products, a Kilgore, Texas, manufacturer of outboard-powered fiberglass fishing boats, from Skeeter parent Meridian Sports Inc. of New York. Cypress-based Yamaha Motor USA is part of Japan's Yamaha Motor Corp.
March 28, 1995
Claude Paten has been appointed vice president of marketing for Superior Fireplace Co., a Fullerton manufacturer of wood- and gas-burning fireplaces. Paten was formerly executive vice president for Peachtree Doors and Windows, where he was in charge of sales, marketing and research and development. * Masaaki Ito has been appointed executive vice president of Yamaha Corp. of America in Buena Park, an umbrella company that oversees much of Yamaha's business in the United States.
At last, there is some relief for the ears--and nerves--of those who must live with beginning piano students. Yamaha Corp. of America will introduce today its Silent Series piano, a hybrid of regular piano and electronic keyboard that can plug into headphones. The Buena Park company, a subsidiary of Japan's Yamaha Corp., developed the silent piano so that would-be musicians can practice at any time of the day or night without disturbing sleepers or couch potatoes.
December 7, 1994 | BILL BILLITER
Cypress College has announced that it will hold its 20th annual Americana Awards Dinner on Feb. 25 in the Grand Ballroom of the Disneyland Hotel. The community college honors an "Americana Man and Woman of the Year" based on their records of achievement and public service. The dinner also honors one person each from the communities served by Cypress College: Anaheim, Buena Park, Cypress, Garden Grove, La Palma, Los Alamitos/Rossmoor/Seal Beach and Stanton.
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