Clarus Corp., formerly Black Diamond Inc., completed the acquisition of Sierra Bullets LLC for $79 million.

Newell Brands Technical Apparel (NBTA), a division of Newell Brands that includes Marmot and ExOfficio, appointed Deanna Fleming as its new head of global sales and business development.

Back on My Feet, a national non-profit combatting homelessness in part through the power of running, formed a national partnership with Brooks Running.

Eldora Mountain Resort, a ski area serving Colorado’s Front Range, named Sam Bass as its new director of marketing.

New Balance won $1.5 million in damages and legal costs after a Chinese court ruled that three Chinese manufacturers infringed on the Boston-based company’s signature slanting “N” logo.

Orangetheory Fitness stated that Gregg Koffler has joined the company as chief development officer.

Adidas reached an agreement to replace Russell Athletic as the endorser of Georgia Tech.

Erik Forsell was named chief marketing officer of the newly formed and yet-to-be-named 13-mountain resort group controlled by affiliates of KSL Capital Partners LLC and Henry Crown and Company.

The Surfrider Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s ocean, waves and beaches, appointed Ken Meidell to the organization’s board of directors.

Ruffwear, a leader in performance dog gear, partnered with Dogs Active to manage distribution in Russia.

Skechers signed Tony Romo, the recently retired Dallas Cowboys quarterback, as a brand ambassador.

Klean Kanteen added to its international sales team with the hiring of Jennefer Traynor, who joined the team as the new international sales manager.

Superior Uniform Group Inc. stated that its division, Bamko LLC, acquired substantially all of the assets and assumed certain liabilities of PublicIdentity Inc., a promotional products and branded merchandise agency based in Los Angeles.

ClassPass, a leading fitness club membership network, shared plans to expand to 10 additional cities in North America within the next six months.

Grassroots Outdoor Alliance, the national organization dedicated to the health and growth of specialty outdoor retail, promoted Gabe Maier to vice president.

Kühl took legal action in response to Jägermeister’s U.S. advertisement campaign initiated by creative agency Opperman Weiss, which prominently features the Kühl trademark in their new ad campaign.

The newly formed entity controlled by affiliates of KSL Capital Partners LLC and Henry Crown and Company entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Deer Valley Resort.

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