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Re: Baylor Watch Company is from Texas

: Baylor is the name of a watch firm that was and may be still owned
: by the giant Dallas (Texas)retail jewelry firm of Zales. Heuer
: made numerous watches for Zales under the Baylor watch name.
: When Heuer decide to unload most all their mechancial and
: automatic watches and concentrate on the automatic chronograph
: Zales purchase the entire stock for pennies on the dollar. This
: is the story as told to me by one of the former top manager for
: Zales. Baylor is a American watch company and I would quess that
: it was named after a Texas University that is located in Dallas.
: What do you think, Jeff?
Not that it has anything to do with watches, this does have to do with the question: Baylor University is in Waco, Texas.
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