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THE HOT LIST II: USOC LICENSEES
Published May 10, 1996
THE DAILY continues its look at USOC licensees. Today the U.S. Olympic Team Looney Tunes Licensed Collection: Anagram International, Inc. (Minneapolis, MN); Balancine, Inc. (Montebello, CA); Betras Plastics (Spartanburg, SC); Bright Ideas Unlimited (San Francisco, CA); Colores International, Inc. (Redmond, WA); Dixon Ticonderoga (Maitland, FL); Equity Marketing (Los Angeles, CA); Fieldcrest Cannon (New York, NY); Fine Art Ltd. (St. Louis, MO); Foster Industries (New York, NY); The Hilasal Co. (Miami, FL); Ho Ho Art & Crafts (New York, NY); Innovo (Springfield, TN); Lawson Mardon Postcards (San Francisco, CA); Magnetic Collectibles, Ltd. (Cape Girardeau, MO); Mamiye Bros. (New York, NY); Manifestations, Inc. (Vista, CA); National Designs (San Diego, CA); Sakura (New York, NY); Sara Lee/Hanes Corp. (Winston Salem, NC); Starter Corp. (W. Horen, CT); Tag Express (Duluth, GA); Tahiti Apparel (New York, NY); Upper Deck (Carlsbad, CA); World Pog Federation (Irvine, CA) (THE DAILY).