K2 Enters Apparel Market With Ex Officio Purchase

Ryan, Thomas J.
June 2004
SGB;Jun2004, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on the acquisition of outdoor clothing maker Ex Officio by sporting goods company K2 Inc. Brief history of Ex Officio; Information on the plan of K2 to develop the Ex Officio clothing line; Other companies acquired by K2.


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