The Super Show Is Over; Two Shows Planned For '07

Ryan, Thomas J.
February 2006
SGB;Feb2006, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p10
Trade Publication
The article announces that the Sporting Goods Manufacturer's Association (SGMA) has decided to end the Super Show in 2006. In its place, the SGMA revealed a post-Super Show plan starting in 2007 that includes two shows: a Spring Market highlighting Holiday and 1Q deliveries, and a Fall Market highlighting Back-To-School and 3Q deliveries. The first show will be held June 2007 in Las Vegas. SGMA president and CEO Tom Cove says the two markets spotlight seasonal selling cycles and target critical retail segments that are geographically difficult to reach. -PHOTO (COLOR): SGMA president and CEO Tom Cove..


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