Natural Attraction

Leand, Judy
August 2006
SGB;Aug2006, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
This article discusses the trend of organic and environmentally-friendly products as they apply to the sporting goods industry. The August 2006 issue of "Sporting Goods Business" focuses on economically friendly sporting goods, as well as "green" manufacturing and marketing approaches in the field of apparel, fabrics, and footwear.


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