eBay Pumps Up Fitness Sales

Sullivan, Mark
October 2004
SGB;Oct2004, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p14
Trade Publication
Focuses on the contributions of the eBay Web site to the sales of fitness equipment in the U.S. Background on the golf club sales of eBay and other sporting goods retailers; Information on a seminar hosted by eBay designed to educate fitness retailers and manufacturers on the selling of goods on the site; Purpose of eBay according to Joe Meyer, senior category manager of sporting goods for eBay.


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