BALLISTIC RECOVERY SYSTEMS reported sales of $794,470 for the first quarter 2001, ended Dec. 31, a 72.9 percent increase over first quarter 2000. The increased sales position the company to post a record $3.5 million to $4 million in sales for fiscal 2001, compared with $2.5 million in fiscal 2000, said President and CEO Mark Thomas. The increase in sales comes as BRS's largest customer, Cirrus Design Corp., spools up deliveries of its SR20 and SR22 single-engine aircraft, which use the BRS ...

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