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December 27, 2003
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December 27, 2003
Batteries Not Included
Rayovac Corporation (NYSE: ROV) is a global consumer products company with a diverse portfolio of world-class brands, including Rayovac, VARTA and Remington. Rayovac is the top selling rechargeable battery brand in North America and Europe.
John Daggett, Director of Marketing Services, discusses new Rayovac 15-Minute Rechargeable System- the only one of its kind to offer an unprecedented battery charging time of 15 minutes or less. The rechargeable system makes a great gift to yourself after the holidays are over with your "batteries not included" present" or you've gone through all the batteries that came with your new digital camera or CD player. Just 15 minutes and you are back in action.
Rayovac CorporationDecember 27, 2003 interview
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