Pallerino, Michael
October 2010
SGB;Oct/Nov2010, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p8
Trade Publication
In this article the author suggests that the sporting good industry in the U.S. should think positive and work harder to recover from the economic losses. He informs about the positive signs of economic recovery, which include opening new stores by retailers, increasing jobs in the private sector and rise in corporate earnings. He suggests that the industry should take sound and practical decisions for stable and better results.


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