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Published February 28, 1995
LAWRENCE TAYLOR's company, All-Pro Products Inc, hit an all- time low on the stock market yesterday following the collapse of its underwriter. The stock fell as low as 1 3/8 before closing up 5/8 at 2 3/4. Before underwriter Hanover Sterling & Co went out of business, the stock had been worth $5-6/share. The company, which started in '93 as maker of a sports drink, is currently concentrating on a new virtual reality-game for home computers (N.Y. POST, 2/28)....WALTER PAYTON is reportedly trying to build a $9.9M multi-use entertainment facility in Aurora, IL, housing a microbrewery that will produce a "Payton Pilsner" brand beer. The beer would be marketed nationally (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 2/28).