The Durango Herald, July 15, on Colorado winning bid for Outdoor Retailer show: Colorado has gained the Outdoor Retailer trade show that Salt Lake City let get away. That's a … Click to Continue »
(MANSFIELD, TEXAS) – 12 Survivors is excited to announce participationin the 2017 Outdoor Retailer Show at the Salt Palace Convention Center in SaltLake City, Utah. Join in on the fun July 26-29 as new 12 Survivors’ products areunveiled, designed to take your outdoor adventure to the next level. Show More Summary
12 Survivors is excited to announce participation in the 2017 Outdoor Retailer Show at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. This post 12 Survivors preps for 2017 Outdoor Retailer Show! appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
In the most recent episode of RIO’s “How To” series, ambassador Rob Parkins explains how to fish a large terrestrial from a drift boat.” Rob’s top tips and great information reveal how easy and effective these big flies are in … mor...
A deal was confirmed July 6 that the summer Outdoor Retailer trade show will move to Denver, Colorado, next year. Pictured from left to right are Luis Benitez, director of Colorado's Outdoor Recreation Industry Office; Darrell Denny,...Show More Summary
Denver has landed the coveted Outdoor Retailer summer and winter trade shows, sources confirm Five year deal will bring 45,000 attendees to Denver, delivering estimated $45 million economic impact Emerald and its show partner, Boulder’s Outdoor Industry Association, announced this … Continue reading ?
On May 25, 2017 Snow Industries of America sold the annual SIA trade show to Outdoor Retailer, Interbike, and Surf Expo owner Emerald Expositions for a reported $16.7 million. SGB Media has a great overview of the details along with a full rationalization by SIA President Nick Sargent. Here’s how he spins it: “The sale of the SIA Snow Show […]
E merald Expositions LLC--the company that owns Outdoor Retailer--announced May 24 that it has acquired the SnowSports Industries America (SIA) Snow Show and that the winter OR trade show will now be held in conjunction with the SIAShow More Summary
Newly remodelled, lobster rolls are back The Fashion Show mall has been upgrading its outdoor, Strip-facing retail kiosks, causing Luke’s Lobster to be out of commission during the remodel. Now back in business, the 245-square-foot, self-described "shack" is serving "traceable and sustainable seafood dishes" from 10 a.m. Show More Summary
Salt Lake City officials have submitted a bid in a last-gasp effort to keep Outdoor Retailer trade shows in their city. Reports say the bid was sent on Thursday in … Click to Continue »
The Utah Legislature is restoring $1 million in the state budget that helps out the Outdoor Retailer show, with the hope it will persuade show organizers keep it in Salt … Click to Continue »
The Salt Lake City Council wants the lucrative Outdoor Retailer show to reconsider its decision to leave Utah after two decades. The council passed a resolution Tuesday night calling on … Click to Continue »
The battle for Bears Ears National Monument is far from over. Weeks after Patagonia spurned the Outdoor Retailer Show trade show in Salt Lake City to protest Utah governor Gary Herbert's quest to roll back nascent protections for the...Show More Summary
Outdoor Retailer – the outdoor industry’s biggest trade show – is set to leave Salt Lake City after 20 years. The biannual event drew outdoor businesses of all sizes and outdoor enthusiasts of all stripes to the Beehive State in theShow More Summary
Utah will lose half a billion dollars from the five planned shows — the three annual shows and the industry’s smaller “grass-roots” show for new innovations that were scheduled right before two of the annual shows. That will hit hotel … Continue reading ?
Oregon tourism officials are courting a trade show for outdoor retailers that left Utah after the state's stance on public lands sparked some brands to boycott the biannual event. The … Click to Continue »
Governor calls their decision offensive and political.
Gov. Steve Bullock's office says Montana is interested in hosting the lucrative Outdoor Retailer trade show after organizers decided to move it from Salt Lake City over a disagreement with … Click to Continue »
fter a meeting to address the recent disparities between Utah’s state government actions and the ideals of the Outdoor Industry Association (OIA), the outdoor industry’s biggest trade show is leaving Utah. The meeting did not alleviate...Show More Summary
I’ve been finding it difficult to write about climbing these days. After visiting the Outdoor Retailer show, it felt petty to post up about a bunch of climbing gear when so many issues of greater importance were dominating the news. It’s also been hard not to get sucked down the bad-news rabbit hole each morning, […]