In May, West Palm Beach-based Pax TV signed a contract to air achildren’s television talk show called “That’s Right.” One of theshow’s sponsors is Deerfield Beach-based J.C. Gear Inc., which marketsa clothing and merchandise line under the slogan “What Would Jesus Do?”Well, he’d probably fulfill his commitments.
Earlier this month, Pax TV’s owner, Paxson Communications Corp., filedsuit in Broward Circuit Court, accusing J.C. Gear and MillenniumDistribution Group Inc. of Orlando — the show’s producer — of breach ofcontract.
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