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Question 1: In 1986, Union Carbide sold its Battery Products Division to ________ for US$1.4 billion.
Alpo (pet food)NestléNestlé Purina PetCareBeneful

Question 2: From 1917 until 1921, Eveready used the trademark "DAYLO" for their ________ and on their batteries.
Incandescent light bulbFlashlightGas-discharge lampLight-emitting diode

Question 3: Both the Eveready and Energizer marques are used under license by auto parts magnate ________ for their in-house car batteries.
Pep BoysComcastAMETEKSunoco

Question 4: In 1999, Energizer sold its ________ division, although it still markets them for retail sale.
Rechargeable batteryNickel-cadmium batteryBattery (electricity)Lithium-ion battery

Question 5: In 1959, employee Lewis Urry invented the long-lasting ________.
Rechargeable batteryAlkaline batteryBattery (electricity)Nickel-cadmium battery

Question 6: In 2000, Ralston spun off Energizer, and it was listed on the ________.
Market trendNew York Stock ExchangeStock marketAmerican Stock Exchange

Question 7: In 1986, Energizer highlighted an advertising campaign best known for ________ averring: "It's supercharged!"
Mary Lou RettonJoe PaternoKen VenturiJoe Montana

Question 8: The current technology center is located in ________.
Rocky River, OhioLyndhurst, OhioWestlake, OhioBay Village, Ohio

Question 9: Energizer currently maintains production facilities in ________; St. Albans, Vermont; Maryville, Missouri; Switzerland[14] and Singapore.
High Point, North CarolinaThomasville, North CarolinaBurlington, North CarolinaAsheboro, North Carolina







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