July 25, 2017
The state of Colorado and Visit Denver each contributed $1.7 million as an incentive package to move the Outdoor Retailer Show to Denver for the next five years, according to the Denver Post.
Net income attributable to shareholders declined 18% to ¥17,728 million ($168.7 mm) from ¥22,922 million for the half ended Jun. 30 as sales fell 2% to ¥163,079 million ($1,469.4 mm) from ¥166,428 million.
Net income was $1,459,183 against a loss of $1,759,329 last year driven by cost cutting and higher margins despite 7% lower sales at $58,454,954 vs. $62,560,094 for the quarter ended Jun. 30.
The Australian parent of Rebel Sports and Amart Sports will rebrand all the Amart stores to Rebel by Oct. 31.