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- NEWS & ANALYSIS. // SGB;Aug2005, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p8
Presents the views of several executives on the impact of the decline in licensed sporting goods on the jersey category in the U.S. Matthew Hoffman, vice president of merchandising and brand management at Majestic Athletic; Andy Hyman, owner of Distant Replays; Scott Shuler, president of Top of...
- New equipment. // Coach & Athletic Director;Dec95, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p88
Introduces new sporting goods and apparel available in the United States. Includes the Interactive Football CD-ROM from Intellimedia Sports; Official Major League Soccer math ball from Mitre; Volleyball jersey from Betlin; Swimming goggles from TYR Sport.
- New equipment. // Coach & Athletic Director;Jan97, Vol. 66 Issue 6, p88
Introduces new sporting goods and sports uniforms available in the United States. Includes soccer balls from Spalding; Locker room flooring from Dri-Dek; Athletic lockers from Republic; Bullpen training mitts from SSK.
- New equipment. // Coach & Athletic Director;Apr97, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p78
Introduces new sporting goods and apparel available in the United States. Includes a portable soccer goal from Goal; Magnetic pain reliever from BMI; Hand moldable pads from McDavid; Self-adhering tape from SelfGrip.
- New equipment. // Coach & Athletic Director;Jan96, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p88
Introduces new sporting goods and uniforms available in the United States. Includes a front squat harness from Power Systems; Pinstripe baseball and softball uniforms from Betlin; Isolation exercise machine from Zeuss 2000 Designs; Athletic supporter from Mueller.
- Dance fever. Ryan, Leslie; Erasmus, Dinah // Shape;Oct2005, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p132
Presents information on some newly launched workout wears.
- ASK NSGA. // NSGA Retail Focus;Dec2012, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p5
The article presents question and answer discussions related to sporting goods industry in the U.S. including information on the owners of Koozie can coolers, locations that offer striped officials' jacket, and companies that provide custom-embroidered patches for uniforms.
- Licensed Sports Merchandise. // Souvenirs, Gifts, & Novelties;Jun/Jul2010, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p124
The article offers advice for college bookstore managers on how to sell licensed sports merchandise. It shows how to capitalize on fans who are competitive, enjoy one-upping each other and loyal sports devotees. It emphasizes the need for bookstore managers to listen to what fans are asking for...
- If clothes make the man, his customers are all headed for big-league careers. Macnow, G. // Nation's Business;Oct91, Vol. 79 Issue 10, p13
Profiles Peter Capolino, owner of Mitchell & Ness, a Philadelphia sporting-goods store. How he got into the business of selling replicas of old-style baseball uniforms; Sample reproductions sold; Typical customers that buy the shirts; Continuing success of the business.