July 2006
SGB;Jul2006, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p14
Trade Publication
This article presents the results of a survey of people's knowledge of sports brands. The categories included the most recognized brands overall, the perception of quality associated with their brands and youth brand awareness. The top brands included Nike, Adidas, New Balance, Timberland and Reebok.


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