Acushnet Holdings Corp.’s chief executive is stepping down after spending more than 40 years working at the golf-equipment company, leaving his replacement to contend with slumping sales and a business model heavily reliant on growing the market for Titleist golf balls.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
MARCH 14, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - JMS AUTO & EQUIPMENT SALES CORP.
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The destruction never ends.
A truck, parked awkwardly on a road overlooking a waterfront boulevard about 60 feet below itself, causes panic. Drivers, plagued with what must be faulty brakes, veer to right to avoid the truck and fly off the cliff into the road below.
Drivers on the sea-level stretch of pavement have no better luck with their brakes. They ram into the growing pile of burned husks of vehicles, creating more mayhem.
Screams echo across the bay.
Night turns to day.
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