March 2004
SGB;Mar2004, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on the licensing deal of Miami, Florida-based company 5th & Ocean with the U.S. National Football League to design and produce a line of junior-inspired activewear in 2004. Collections of clothing to be retailed by the company; Factors that contribute to the improvement of the sports retailer market according to Sergio Rebollo, vice-president for sales and marketing of the company.


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