The list of the top 20 unsecured creditors of MC Sports reads like a who’s who of the sporting goods industry. The largest sums were owed to Nike, $3.81 million, and Under Armour, $2.45 million.
Rounding out the top five were Columbia Sportswear, owed $912,686; Icon Health & Fitness, $837,657; and Sports South, the distributor of firearms and ammunition, $821,800.
Those holding unsecured claims between $400,000 and $700,000 include Burton Snowboards, owed $682,215; Escalade Sports, $654,109; Impex, the fitness equipment supplier, $559,630; Wilson Team Sports, $472,928; Adidas Group $472,276; K2 Corp., $471,912; and Golden Viking Sports, $442,089.
Rounding out the list among trade creditors were Maurice Sporting Goods, owed $334,542; Asics, $260,790; Gildan USA, $243,649; AV Sportswear, $241,792; Gordini USA, $219,809; and VF Licensed Sports Group (Majestic Athletic), $217,339.
The top 20 unsecured claims included two marketing/media firms: Professional Media Management, owed $228,303; and Quad/Graphics, $246,443.
According to its court filings, MC Sports has over $14 million in trade debt.
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