An Open Invitation

Dzierzak, Lou
October 2008
SGB;Oct2008, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p4
Trade Publication
The author discusses the developments of the "Sporting Goods Business" journal and how the editorial team presents this journal. Accordingly, the journal has a 40-year old leadership legacy and will surely continue to live up the heritage. Moreover, the author relates the contents of the journal, the contribution of the readers' ideas and suggestions, as well as the response of the editorial team to the readers' reactions and creating belief among the readers.


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