List of licensee contract terminated

March 29, 2000

Eight licensed manufacturers listed below have been terminated by the university for failing to disclose the locations of their factories. This list also includes the amount of royalty income, if any, these companies generated through the first nine months of the 1999-2000 fiscal year. The public disclosure requirement is part of the university’s effort to end sweatshop labor.


Related story:
University severs eight licensee contracts

Related resource:
UW-Madison and Sweatshops: full details/background


UW–Madison severed ties with the following companies:

  • Collegiate Doll Company, Balboa Island, Calif., produces toys and games. Royalty income since July 1999: $0.
  • Custom Cribbage, Forest Lake, Minn., produces toys and games. Royalty income since July 1999: $500.
  • Fatty’s Custom Castings Inc., Lynnwood, Wash., produces furniture, home furnishings, housewares. Royalty income since July 1999: $0 (License expired December 1999 but was in renewal process).
  • Mary Meyer Corporation, Alpharetta, Ga., produces gifts and novelties. Royalty income since July 1999: $1,325.37.
  • Pfaltzgraff, York, Penn., produces furniture, home furnishings, gifts and novelties, and housewares. Royalty income since July 1999: $218.74.
  • S. Bent & Brothers, West Chester, Ohio, produces furniture and home furnishings. Royalty income since July 1999: $660.
  • Sports Mailbox Inc., Frankenmuth, Mich., produces furniture and home furnishings. Royalty income since July 1999: $250.
  • Sports Productions Ltd Inc., Adamsville, Tenn., produces gifts and novelties. Royalty income since July 1999: $250.