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primetime49

LINDY sells to PRADCO

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This should open some great diologue for us fishermen

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I don't foresee any big shake up by this sale. According to the article it sounds like PRADCO wanted to expand to the north.

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Where are Lindy's manufacturing facilities located? If there not already they will be moved down to Central America, I have pretty strong opinions about this but will keep it to myself

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River rat,

90% of their product is manufactured in Brainerd. The Beckman, and Bayside Plastics are the things I can think o that aren't..........and turning the Bayside into a YUM product would be nice so then you would have the scent, etc.

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