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Coleco Industries inc
1829-1 County Road 130
We provide more Colecovision Game service than Adam Computer service. We use original parts and components for repairs, and we only charge a flat fee rather than an hourly minimum rate, plus parts. However, for large amounts of items we charge $25 ...
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The following items were taken from Fortune or March 7, 1983: "Six months ago, hardly anyone expected Coleco to ride so high. [Company President Arnold] Greenberg was known in the industry as a self-promoter overly sanguine about Coleco's prospects.
"Donkey Kong was a very serviceable gorilla," says Greenberg
"Flush with last year's successful foray in video games, Arnold Greenberg
predicts even more good news is on the way.
"We are a terror in the marketplace," he
proclaims that Coleco
will increase it's market share in video game players this year from 8% to 25%, supplanting Mattel as No. 2.
notes that Coleco
has already signed license agreements to bring out 30 new games by year-end.
In an interview of Coleco president, Arnold Greenberg, by Steve Bloom (Video Games, Oct. '82) Bloom paraphrases Greenberg as saying, "...it is Colecos resolve to market a keyboard (Module #3) some time next year.
The dinner, which begins with a ...
The dinner, which begins with a cocktail reception at 3 p.m. followed by Blitzer's remarks at 4 p.m., honors the Greenberg Center's founders, Arnold C. and Beverly P. Greenberg.
Arnold Greenberg, former chairman and CEO of Coleco Industries, Inc., devotes considerable energy and philanthropy to cultural, educational and social service institutions, including the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford, the Jewish Community Foundation, the Wadsworth Atheneum, and the Hartford Stage.
He has been a chairman of the board of the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts and also the University of Hartford.
received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Hartford, as well as the university's Medal for Distinguished Service
He received his AB degree with honors from Harvard University and JD degree from Harvard Law School.
Arnold Greenberg, the ...
Arnold Greenberg, the president of Coleco Industries, founded the Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies on April 10, 1985 through a $1 million endowment to honor the memory and legacy of his father, who had founded Hartford's Connecticut Leather Company during the 1930s.
Upon the founding of the center, Greenberg remarked upon the significance of establishing the field of Judaic Studies at the university and in the community, "I feel so very fortunate to be able to make this gift to the University of Hartford - and by so doing, memorialize my late and beloved father, help the university and its developing curriculum, add to the growth of Jewish studies as a field of scholarship and provide a stimulating intellectual resource for both Jews and non-Jews of the Greater Hartford community.
As Greenberg observed at the time, the establishment of the Greenberg Center at the University of Hartford was indeed part of the "maturation" of the field of Jewish studies at American colleges and universities, a development that paralleled the spread of departments of Jewish studies around the country during the 1980s.
A distinguishing feature of the Greenberg Center's mission since its founding, however, was the commitment of Greenberg and the Center to the community at large, making the University of Hartford a pioneer in efforts to expand scholarship beyond the bounds of the "ivory tower" and establishing the Greenberg Center as "the place where the community comes to learn.
The 25th anniversary celebrations will continue with a special Gala Banquet honoring the founders of the Greenberg Center
and Beverly Greenberg, on Sunday, September 25, 2011.
2007 Board Bios â€” NFJC
Arnold Greenberg - West Hartford, CT
Arnold Greenberg is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School.
He is a former Chairman and CEO of Coleco Industries, inc.
Arnold is the founder of The Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Hartford, where he serves as the immediate past Chairman of the Board of Regents of the University.
He is also the immediate past chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Bushnell Center of the Performing Arts.
He is a life Director of Hartford Stage and honorary Trustee of the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art.
Arnold is also a Trustee of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford and was the national sponsor of "The Precious Legacy" exhibition.
Arnold is married to the former Beverly Lynn Parks and has two daughters and two grandchildren.
2007 Board Bios â€” NFJC
Arnold Greenberg - West Hartford, CTArnold Greenberg is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School.He is a former Chairman and CEO of Coleco Industries, inc.Arnold is the founder of The Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Hartford, where he serves as the immediate past Chairman of the Board of Regents of the University.He is also the immediate past chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Bushnell Center of the Performing Arts.He is a life Director of Hartford Stage and honorary Trustee of the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art.Arnold is also a Trustee of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford and was the national sponsor of "The Precious Legacy" exhibition.Arnold is married to the former Beverly Lynn Parks and has two daughters and two grandchildren.