This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryMini beach chairs distributed as promotion with Sears Time Out cosmetic products are being recalled by Consumer Product Safety Commission and manufacturer Intercon Merchandising Source, agency announces April 2. Approximately 100,000 folding mini chairs are being recalled because they can collapse, "posing crush and amputation hazards to consumer's fingers and toes." Sears distributed the beach chairs with $20 purchase of Time Out Cosmetics from June through August 2000...
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