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Crazy Eddie Relentless Advertising Campaign. Advertising. During 1973, Antar opened the second Crazy Eddie location in Syosset, New York. The list goes on and on. The company originally planned to fight the petition and file for dismissal, but 15 days later Crazy Eddie voluntarily filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Company president and CEO Peter Martosella cited problems created by the creditors' position (which he termed "ill-advised"), but said business would be conducted as usual at the remaining 26 stores and that Crazy Eddie was still a strong franchise. The company vowed to stay in business but despite Martosella's assertions Crazy Eddie continued to falter. Crazy Eddie "His prices are INSANE!" Former type Public (NASDAQ: CRZY) Industry Discount electronics. ^ Heller, Laura (2001). Antar's lawyers immediately filed an appeal, citing what they believed was bias on the part of the presiding judge. By 1983, it was becoming more and more difficult to hide the millions of illicit dollars. Almost from the beginning, Crazy Eddie's management was engaged in various forms of fraud.