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OCTOBER 12, 2005 -- Jim Cramer's "Danger Zone" stock of the week is Cabela's. Cramer recently sold Cabela's for his ActionAlertsPLUS portfolio because the company is being hurt by high gasoline prices, he charged. The company's stores tend to be 50 to 100 miles from population centers, said Cramer. Additionally, hunting and fishing activities also tend to require a lot of driving, he said. Cabela's stock is "going still lower."


Peli Products, the European Division of Pelican Products, restructured its sales department. Paul Bates has been promoted from European SM to director of sales, EMEA. Ignasi Perez has been promoted from European regional SM to business development manager/government/military. Cristina Escarra will start developing business in her new role as European regional sales representative, handling Spain, Italy, Greece and Portugal. Lastly, there have been two new additions to the sales team: Peter Marc, a new European regional SM who will focus on Eastern Europe, and Nabil Assaf as regional sales representative, Middle East and North Africa.


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