The Winning Numbers

Powell, Matt
March 2007
SGB;Mar2007, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p6
Trade Publication
The article focuses on sporting goods and apparel retail sales in 2006. Women's performance footwear and apparel outperformed the fashion segment, showing an increase in sales when measured in dollars, though amounting for a similar number of units sold as the previous year, representing an increase in average selling price. Several charts representing sales information are presented.


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