October 17, 2017
The store in downtown Cleveland will have LeBron 15s available in three colorways and feature a new version of the Flyknit called BattleKnit, which is a beefed up version of the upper.
Furthering its plans for world domination of the licensed business, Fanatics is setting up a college division that will offer schools e-commerce, omni-channel and stadium retail operations.
The company announced the termination of its personal services agreement with the Louisville men’s basketball coach following his firing by the university.
Continuing a recent acquisition spree, CWH is taking over Cooper’s RV Center which will give it potentially another brick-and-mortar presence in Western PA, a hot bed for the outdoor culture.
Consumers will do nearly 40% of their Holiday shopping online, up from one-third two years ago, according to NPD’s Holiday Purchase Intentions Survey, and those who will be shopping online will spend an average of $793 this year compared to just $467 for those who intend to shop only at brick-and-mortar.
Slowing growth in the previously hot fashion athletic category pulled manufacturing segment sales down 3% to $443.5 million from $454.9 million in the third quarter as a 4% increase in pairs to 15.2 million was more than offset by a 6% decline in ASP to $29.20.
MTN has reached a deal to acquire The North Face, Columbia and Main Street Outlet stores in Breckenridge’s Main St. shopping district, where it already operates Marmot and Patagonia doors.
The Nordstrom family said it has suspended actively exploring the possibility of taking the company private, at least until after the Holiday season is over.