Ryan, Thomas J.
July 2006
SGB;Jul2006, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p8
Trade Publication
This article reports on the increase in sales of sporting goods. A report released in 2006 by the National Sporting Goods Association reports that athletic clothing, footwear and equipment grew in the past year. Golf equipment grew the most, with a nine percent increase. Hunting and fishing equipment grew as well. Skiing, camping and hockey equipment saw declines in sales. Large-scale retailers have also increased their profit margins.


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