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Alpinist Hosts Second Annual Barry Corbet Film Festival

Alpinist Magazine announced the dates and lineup for the Second Annual Barry Corbet Film Festival, a unique mountain gathering that honors Jackson Hole mountaineering legend Barry Corbet. In March 2005, Alpinist celebrated Corbet’s athletic and artistic

Antigua Sees Slight Q3 Sales Decrease, Income Drops

Antigua Enterprises Inc. reports net sales for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, 2005 were $12.2 million dollars, down slightly from $12.3 million posted during last year's third quarter. Net income was nearly halved at $0.3 million, down from $0.6

Northern Forest Canoe Trail Hosts Online Auction

To raise critical funds and promote their organizational mission, the Northern Forest Canoe Trail is hosting a first-of-a-kind online auction from Nov. 1 – Dec. 9, 2005. The NFCT auction will feature a unique collection of items including canoes, paddles,

Amer Sports Sees Less Impact from FX Rates…

With the close last week of its deal to acquire Salomon, Amer Sports is touting its own designation as the world’s number one sports equipment company, but now adds more footwear and apparel to its mix of business. Long focused on the hardgoods end of th

Snow Pants Get Quota Exemption…

Late last week, OIA and SIA were both notified that the Committee for the Implementation of Textile Agreements determined that certain imports of ski and snowboard pants from China do not contribute to the market disruption. CITA based this determination

Thule Posts Strong Third Quarter in North America…

Thule third quarter sales increased 18.5% globally to SEK 864 million ($112.8 mm) compared to SEK 729 mm ($97.4 mm) last year. Thule’s profitability increased with EBITA climbing 12.1% to SEK 120 ($15.7 mm) compared to SEK 107 mm ($14.3 mm) last year. Sal

On the Horizon Hires Jordan Schultz

On the Horizon Communications hired Jordan Schultz as an account manager. In her position, Shultz will interact with media and clients on numerous accounts…

Brunswick Sees 13% Sales Increase Spur 21% Income Jump

Brunswick Corporation announced that for the quarter ended Sept. 30, 2005, net sales increased 13% to $1,434.6 million, from $1,273.2 million a year earlier. Net earnings totaled $88.4 million up 21% from $72.9 million for the third quarter of 2004. Fitne

Sport-Haley VP, Sales Submits Resignation

Mark Maley, VP, sales of Sport-Haley, Inc. has submitted a letter of resignation to the company. Until January 16, 2006, Mr. Maley will continue to serve as VP, sales of the company. The company has not appointed anyone to act as VP, sales after Mr. Maley

LaCrosse Amends Credit Agreement

LaCrosse Footwear, Inc. executed a First Amendment to Credit Agreement to its existing credit agreement with Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, along with a Revolving Line of Credit Note. Under the Amendment and Note, the maximum aggregate principal

OBIT: Jim Weinstein

Jim Weinstein, 101, one of the original founders of the trade organization that became SIA, and four decades corporate counsel to the organization, died Oct. 20 in Woodstock, Vt. He also organized and ran the National Ski Credit Association, a credit repo

Men’s Product Designer — Under Armour

Under Armour invites you to become a part of our elite team as a Men's Product Designer. We are looking for someone with a BA or BFA in Apparel Design and 5+ years of industry experience. This candidate should have strong working knowledge of