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Sports Executive Weekly

Sports Executive Weekly has quickly become one of the most trusted and widely distributed trade newsletters servicing the Sporting Goods, Athletic Footwear, and Athletic Apparel markets.  SEW, as it has quickly become known in the industry, provides comprehensive coverage, in-depth analysis, and unique insight into the the trade news of the week.  Sports Executive Weekly is delivered via e-mail each week in printer-friendly Adobe PDF format and can also be downloaded directly from this site by clicking on the "Download Past Newsletters" link to the right.

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Hibbett Sports Third Quarter Comps Flag Amid Record Store Openings
Hibbett Sports Inc. reported a sharp drop in comp store sales growth in the 13 weeks ended Nov. 1, but was able to grow sales 5.0 percent to $218.3 million by opening a record 26 stores during the period. Comparable store sales for the recent quarter increased just 0.6 percent compared with 4.8 percent a year earlier...(11/23/2014)

Vista Outdoor Spin Off Back On
Alliant TechSystems Inc. is moving forward with plans to spin off its $2.3 billion-a-year sporting business as a publicly traded company as part of a merger of its aerospace and defense businesses with those of Orbital Sciences Corp...(11/23/2014)

Container Lines Waffle on Port Congestion Surcharges
In the space of five days last week, ocean container lines announced, suspended and then reimposed surcharges of up to $1,000 for every container imported through West Coast ports in a sign that chronic congestion at those ports is worsening. The waffling came amid signs that contract talks between the companies and dockworkers may have approached an impasse. The last time that happened, it cost the sporting goods industry millions of dollars in higher costs and lost sales...(11/22/2014)

E-Bike Maker ProdecoTech Advances Toward Becoming Publicly Traded
Prodeco Technologies LLC, one of the country's largest e-bike makers, agreed Nov. 20 to be purchased by a penny stock company in a plan its owners hope will lead to a listing on a national stock exchange. The all-stock deal values the company at about $35 million, or around seven times...(11/22/2014)

T.J. Maxx and Marshall's Adding Outdoor Brands, Even Kayaks
T.J. Maxx and Marshall's gained access to more premium outdoor apparel brands and began selling kayaks in the fiscal third quarter ended Nov. 1 even as their parent company opened two new Sierra Trading Post locations in Denver. The off-price retailer said it continues to shift toward flowing less goods more frequently to its stores to give shoppers a reason to keep returning to its stores and make sure they are stocked with weather appropriate apparel when they get there...(11/19/2014)

Helmet Startup Vicis Wins $500,000 Grant from NFL-backed Head Health Challenge
In its bid to push research into concussion mitigation, the NFL has helped sustain a new helmet company that aspires to compete against incumbents Riddell, Schutt, Xenith and Rawlings.On Nov. 13, Vicis Inc. and the University of Washington (UW) were awarded a $500,000 grant by the NFL-backed Head Health Challenge to develop a helmet the company claims shows unprecedented reduction in the linear and rotational acceleration forces likely to cause concussions...(11/15/2014)

Havaianas Buoys Alpargatas Q3 Results As Brazilian Economy Slows
Alpargatas reported growing overseas demand for its sandal brands and domestic demand for Mizuno and Timberland footwear tempered a post-World Cup, pre-election economic swoon in its native Brazil in the third quarter...(11/15/2014)

Republican Sweep May Help Industry's Trade Agenda
Bi-partisan trade and tax bills long sought by the sporting goods industry may have a better chance of becoming law now that Republicans have control of both houses of Congress, industry's policy wonks say...(11/14/2014)

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