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James E. Winner Jr.

Post by Guest on Tue Sep 28, 2010 8:11 pm

James Earl "Jim" Winner, Jr. (July 1929 – September 14, 2010) was an American entrepreneur and chairman of Winner International who created The Club, an anti-theft device that is attached and locked on to a car's steering wheel, making it more difficult for car thieves to steal the car. By 1994, sales of the device had reached 14 million units.[1]
Winner was born in July 1929 in Transfer, Pennsylvania, where he grew up on a dairy farm to a relatively poor family and attended a one-room schoolhouse, stating in an interview that when he would speak to a group he was "comfortable saying that no one in the room was raised poorer than me" when they were growing up. He served in the United States Army in South Korea and attended Shenango Valley Business College.[2] Winner worked variously selling chemicals, pianos and vacuum cleaners.[3]





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