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Trojan Battery average salary is $80,611, median salary is $80,611 with a salary range from $80,611 to $80,611.
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Cultural Manager 80,611-80,611 Washington, DC, 20001 2012 Trojan Battery Cultural Manager Salaries (1)
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  • Trojan Battery Company
  • Industry: Electronics
  • City: Santa Fe Springs, CA
  • Since 1925, Trojan Battery Company has been the world's leading manufacturer of deep cycle batteries. Founding partners, George Godber and Carl Speer, started the company in the Los Angeles area after serving on a submarine in World War I. Trojan began by manufacturing automotive batteries and later moved into building batteries for commercial trucks. In the 1940s, Dick and Ray Godber joined the company, ushering in the second generation of family leadership. Sensing that deep cycle technology was the wave of the future, the company began focusing on this area. In 1952, Trojan pioneered the first deep cycle golf car...