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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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CamelBak Margins Earn Rich Offer from from Vista Outdoor
Vista Outdoor Inc.'s agreement to pay 11.5 times Camelbak Product Inc.'s expected 2015 EBITDA does not seem so rich when one compares the companies' margins. Despite a three-year decline, CamelBak's gross margins are much fatter, which means Vista Outdoor could double spending on on the brand's R&D, marketing and distribution and still improve margins...(7/31/2015)

Columbia Ups Guidance to Reflect Record Q2, Sorel Orders
Record second quarter results, strong demand for Sorel footwear and earlier orders from major retailers eager to land their fall and winter merchandize sooner prompted Columbia Sportswear Company to up its guidance for fiscal 2015 sales Thursday...(7/31/2015)

Sturm, Ruger's New Incentive Program Helps it Beat Q2 Expectations
Sturm, Ruger & Company Inc. said distributor response to its first summer incentive program for dealers and happy workers at its new factory in North Carolina helped it beat Wall Street estimates in the second quarter...(7/31/2015)

West Marine Credits Q2 Growth to Gas Prices, Weather and Strategy
West Marine Inc. reported lower gas prices, better weather, a change in the retail calendar and execution of its strategic plan fueled comparable store sales growth of 7 percent in the second quarter ended July 4...(7/31/2015)

Big 5's Q2 Slowed by Drought Conditions
Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp. reported earnings rose 4.0 percent in the second quarter on a 1.7 percent comp-store gain. Results were in line with previous guidance but management indicated that drought conditions in its core California markets was continuing to have an impact on sales...(7/30/2015)

City Sports Appoints Marty Hanaka CEO
City Sports appointed veteran retail executive Marty Hanaka as its CEO. Hanaka replaces Eddie Albertian, who left the company in June. In an interview with Sports Executive Weekly, Hanaka said Albertian, who had been leading the chain since September 2012, retired and was planning his exit for “a little bit of time.”...(7/30/2015)

Deckers Brands Q1 Loss Widens
Deckers Brands widened its loss in its first quarter due to higher expenses but stronger-than-planned performances by Teva and Hoka One One helped management slightly raise its outlook for the year...(7/30/2015)

Jarden Outdoor Says Currency Headwinds Trimmed Q2 Results and FY15 Forecast
Jarden Corp. CEO Jim Lillie has lowered his expectations for organic growth at the company's sporting goods segment in the wake of flat second quarter sales and lower margins...(7/30/2015)

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