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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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Columbia’s European Footwear Sales Drive Impressive Q2 Growth
Columbia Sportswear Co. reported its once struggling European business generated nearly half its revenue growth in the second quarter, led by growth in sales of Columbia-branded lightweight hiking footwear, a category that is playing a key role in establishing Columbia as a four-season brand...(7/27/2014)

Newell Rubbermaid to Pay Rich Multiple for Contigo and Avex Brands
North Castle Partners has agreed to sell Ignite USA LLC for nearly 2.5 times projected 2014 sales to Newell Rubbermaid just 17 months after investing in the company alongside its owner and CEO Sami El-Saden...(7/27/2014)

Amer Sports Narrows Q2 Loss, Begins Restructuring Wilson
Amer Sports missed its second quarter sales and profit goals, in part due to charges taken at its Wilson/Ball Sports segment, where it embarked on an 18-to-24 month restructuring that is expected to significantly affect results in the back half...(7/26/2014)

Camping and Softgoods Help Cabela’s Offset Plummeting Guns Sales in Q2
Cabela's Inc. was able to partially offset a steep drop in gun and ammo sales and report record operating margins in the second quarter by growing sales of camping gear, apparel and footwear to 60.8 percent of merchandise sales...(7/26/2014)

Under Armour's Momentum Continues in Q2
With a particularly encouraging performance from its footwear category and international overall, Under Armour reported second-quarter results that exceeded expectations, prompting it to sharply raise its guidance for the full year. The company took its full-year revenue guidance for 2014 to a range of $2.98 billion to $3 billion...(7/25/2014)

Callaway Golf Claims Turnaround Continues
Callaway Golf Co. reported lower sales and profits in the second quarter but asserted that its turnaround is “well underway and positioning it for a return to profitability for the full year.”..(7/25/2014)

Deckers Outdoor Hikes Guidance on Robust Q1 Revenues
Deckers Outdoor reported fiscal first-quarter revenues jumped 24.3 percent, coming in well above Wall Street’s targets on the strength of strong double-digit growth for Ugg, Teva and Sanuk. With its loss in the traditionally small quarter for the company also coming in sharply lower than projected, Deckers raised its sales and earnings outlook for full year...(7/25/2014)

Raleigh’s Shift Away From Mass Costs Accell North America Millions in Q2
Accell Group decision to stop selling Raleigh bikes to mass merchants in North America cost it millions of dollars in the six months ended June 30...(7/25/2014)

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