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THE HOT LIST: ACOP LICENSING TEAM
Published April 25, 1996
THE DAILY continues its look at ACOP licensees: SALAMANDER (Watsonville, CA): Umbrellas and tote bags; SALEM SPORTSWEAR (Hudson, NH): Adult unlined windsuits; SCOTCHMAID (New York, NY): Sports bras, tops and bottoms, leotards, biketards and unitards; THE SECKINGER-LEE COMPANY (Atlanta, GA): Gourmet biscuits in decorative tins; SPALDING SPORTS (Chicopee, MA): Golf balls, volleyballs, tennis rackets, portfolios and other accessories made from synthetic leather simulation balls; SPEEDO/AUTHENTIC FITNESS (Los Angeles, CA): Men's and women's swimwear and accessories; STARLINE CREATIONS, INC. (Cranston, RI): Pewter and enamel earrings, pendants and keychains; STARTER (New Haven, CT): Adult and youth outerwear, headwear and bags; SUNBELT MARKETING GROUP (North Charleston, SC): Miniature contour bottles, contour bottle keychains and magnets, all featuring combined ACOP & Coca- Cola logos; SUNFISH LASER (Portsmouth, RI): Bruce Kirby Design laser class boat; SURE SHOT (Holly, MI): Basketball backboards, mini backboards, toy footballs and footballs and study boards; SWATCH (Biel, Switzerland): Watches; SWISS ARMY BRANDS (Shelton, CT): Collector knives (THE DAILY).