Ryan, Thomas J.
October 2010
SGB;Oct/Nov2010, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p42
Trade Publication
The article states that sporting goods companies are launching new concept stores to attract more and more consumers. Details of newly launched S.A. Elite store by Sports Authority Inc. at the Cherry Creek Shopping Center in Denver are given. It is stated that store will have boutiques for Nike, Under Armour, and other labels. Information on opening of another store in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, and Lids Locker Room by Genesco Inc. is also given.


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