Wow, I can’t believe it’s already been over a month since the Winter Outdoor Retailer Show. This is always my busiest time of year, and finding time to sit down and go through my notes was easier said then done. But better late than never, and in that spirit, here are some highlights of the […]
The retailer will not place any new orders for brands under the umbrella of the Utah-based parent company, which also owns a semi-automatic rifle maker
OutdoorHub L.L. Bean Becomes Latest Outdoor Brand to Ban Firearm and Ammo Sales to Buyers Under 21 The outdoor retailer L.L. Bean has decided to raise the minimum age for purchasing guns in its stores from 18 to 21 years old. L.L. Bean...Show More Summary
• REI jobs require candidates with an authentic love of the outdoors — and a strong sense of purpose. • REI SVP of HR Raquel Karls said job seekers must get real about what gives them a sense of purpose. • The outdoorsy retail chainShow More Summary
The arena complex the Clippers want to build in Inglewood would include a practice facility, sports medicine clinic, team offices, retail space and a large outdoor plaza with basketball courts that are open to the public. The details were included in the notice of preparation of a draft environmental...
Bad customer experience is out of fashion, not bricks and mortar This fall, a 300,000-square-foot shopping mall will open in suburban northern California, built around a landscaped outdoor courtyard inspired by an Italian piazza. The first floor is all glass, the better to see the wares; above that, corrugated stainless steel. Show More Summary
OutdoorHub Cabela’s & Bass Pro Shops Choose Mastercard to Handle Combined Co-Brand Portfolio The two recently-merged outdoor retailers, Cabela’s and Bass Pro Shops, will don the Mastercard logo by the end of the year, according to a press release on the credit card’s website. Show More Summary
You can take the Outdoor Retailer trade show out of Salt Lake, but you can't take the Salt Lake blues out of the show
The Outdoor Retailer + Snow Show has kicked off its first year in Denver, Colorado. The show runs Thursday, Jan. 25-Sunday, Jan. 28 at the Colorado Convention Center. Read more in the press release below. Outdoor Retailer Opens For First … more ?
Brands, activists, and politicians gathered at the start of the Outdoor Retailer trade show to rally around public lands
We care about public lands, and that's why we're joining a discussion about how to preserve them at the Outdoor Retailer show
Retail Happenings: New styling service Allume gives clients access to personal stylists - and a current wardrobe. Outdoor Voices, which sells activewear offerings for women and men, opens a store in L.A.
Alliance supports the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (H.R. 4647) introduced in Congress this week. WASHINGTON, DC – December 15, 2017 – An unprecedented alliance of government, business, education and conservation leaders have united...Show More Summary
PITTSBURGH, PA (Dec.13, 2017) — Field & Stream, a specialty outdoor retailer and product brand owned and operated by DICK’S Sporting Goods, offers the Command Hunt Collection for hunters who brave cold-weather conditions. The Command...Show More Summary
A Republican-led House committee is inviting the founder of outdoor retail company Patagonia to testify about an issue that has ignited a public feud: President Donald Trump's decision to shrink … Click to Continue »
Trump's massive land grab is the largest elimination of protected land in U.S. history. The outdoor retailer Patagonia announced this week that it intends to join forces with a coalition of Native American tribes and environmental groups and file a lawsuit against the Trump administration. Show More Summary
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and House Republicans have escalated their feud with Patagonia after the outdoor retailer told Americans that President Trump “stole your land” in his move to shrink two sprawling Utah national monuments. The dispute pitting the GOP against a private company raised...
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and House Republicans are escalating their feud with an outdoor retail company that opposes the Trump administration's plan to shrink two sprawling Utah national monuments. The … Click to Continue »
WASHINGTON — The House Committee on Natural Resources has joined Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s fight against Patagonia, accusing the American outdoor retailer of lying in order to sell merchandise.