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Haeger chief would welcome manufacturing business to former site
- Chicago Tribune
"We certainly would want manufacturing back there," Alexandra Haeger Estes
, president of Haeger Potteries, said Thursday. "And it would be wonderful to employ people and maybe even hopefully some of our people could be reemployed." Gene Staples ...
Haeger Pottery closes after 145 years in business
- Chicago Tribune
Alexandra Haeger Estes
, president and chairman of Haeger Industries
, speaks about the history of her family's business in East Dundee, Ill. She also speaks about helping find work for all of the company's loyal employees, including 76-year-old Larry ...
Tolson named next Rappahannock Goodwill Industries CEO
Donnie Tolson, current Rappahannock Goodwill Industries
chief administrative and financial officer, will move up to president and chief executive officer of the organization Jan. 1. Tolson, who was selected by RGI's board of directors Wednesday, will ...
4th Annual Estes Park Job Fair Businesses Are Hiring!
- Estes Park news (press release)
Attending employers represent a wide variety of industries
and job opportunities including: hospitality, food service, banquet help, housekeeping, management, healthcare (CNA, LPN, RN), landscaping, skilled trades (electricians, carpenters, concrete ...
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Estes is world renowned as a leading manufacturer of innovative hobby products for the model rocket industry. Our mission is to continue the philosophy that Vern ...
Estes Industries (aka Estes-Cox Corp.) is a company that was started in Denver, Colorado, USA. The company was the first to mass-produce model rocket engines with ...
Leo's Leisure Site - Dedicated to hobbies such as driving a BMW M3 CSL, flying Model Rockets, Electric Helicopters, Airplanes and painting Bob Ross style.
Estes Rocket certified Model Rocket Engines are world famous and have reliably launched model rockets more than 315 million times
Estes Industries Rocket Kit Plans; ST: PDF: Num: Name: Source: Type: Recovery: Items: Patterns: Decals: C-1: Cameroc: Aerial Camera: Parachute: 4: N/A: N/A: K-1 ...
Estes is an English-language surname derived from the House of Este. It is also said to derive from Old English and have the meaning "of the East."
Estes Design and Manufacturing is a full-service sheet metal fabricator that uses lean manufacturing tools and focuses on continuous improvement to give you the best ...
Located next to the Grove Park Inn, the gallery concentrates on the Arts and Crafts movement. Schedule of exhibits and information on the artists.
The Estes-Winn Antique Car Museum. A popular attraction on the Grovewood grounds is the Estes-Winn Antique Car Museum. Established in 1965 by Asheville businessman ...
According to our research of Colorado and other state lists there were 2 registered sex offenders living in Estes Park, Colorado as of October 28, 2016. The ratio of ...
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Estes Industries (aka Estes-Cox Corp.) is a company that was started in Denver, Colorado, USA. The company was the first to mass-produce model rocket engines with consistent and reliable performance. The company soon began producing model rocket kits, launch equipment and other accessories. In 1961, the company was moved to a 77-acre tract of land on the outskirts of Penrose, Colorado. Rapid growth followed and soon Penrose became known as the "Model Rocket Capital of the World". In 1969 Vernon Estes sold the company to the Damon Corporation of Needham Hts, MA. Damon purchased a number of other hobby companies including a smaller competitor of Estes, Centuri Engineering of Phoenix, AZ. Damon merged the two companies under the name Centuri Engineering. The Penrose entity continued doing business as Estes Industries. Centuri Engineering model rocket products continued to be developed, marketed and sold from the Centuri offices in Phoenix as well, although the actual manufacturing of Centuri products was soon moved to the Estes facility in Penrose, CO. Sales of Centuri model rocket products were never as successful as Estes brand products and the Centuri Engineering offices in Phoenix were finally closed and the Centuri product line was discontinued in 1983.Following a hostile takeover of the Damon Corporation in 1989, Estes Industries was divested and became part of Hobby Products. The business name of the company was shortened to Centuri Corporation. In 1996 Hobby Products acquired the assets of Cox Products of Corona, CA. Cox Products was a designer and manufacturer of model airplanes and glow-fuel model airplane engines and more. The company’s assets were moved to the Estes facility. In 2002, the combined company was sold again and the company’s name was changed to Estes-Cox Corp.On January 15, 2010 Estes-Cox was again sold and became a wholly owned subsidiary of Hobbico of Illinois. Sales of the Cox line of model airplanes has been continued by Hobbico.