Shultz Predicts Record Quarter Sav-O Stores here said last week it expects record sales and earnings for the first quarter 2001, ending April 21. Elwood F. Winn, president and chief executive officer of the company, said the company anticipates a sales increase of approximately 5% to 6% over the previous quarter's sales of $148 million. "While net earnings are projected to be up just slightly from last year's net earnings of $1.86 million, diluted earnings per share will be at record levels ...

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