A Different Trail to climb

Dzierzak, Lou
June 2009
SGB;Summer2009, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p72
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the present condition of the sport clothes and footwear market in the U.S. catering to consumers interested in trail running. It mentions that while retailers are facing difficulties due to the current financial crises, business of running specialty retailers is stable and states that specialty vendors are optimistic regarding the sales of their products due to rising interest in the sport. also discussed in the shifting attitude of retail running customers.


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