Vital Apparel Acquires InSport

Ryan, Thomas J.
January 2006
SGB;Jan2006, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p15
Trade Publication
The article announces that women's activewear vendor Vital Apparel has purchased InSport International Inc., which specializes in performance running, training and triathlon apparel. The sales of InSport in 2005 is mentioned. While InSport focuses on the high-end running market, Vital produces branded and private label athletic wear for full line sports stores. The significance of the deal is noted.


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