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Canada Eliminates Tariffs on Snow Sports Gear

Canada’s Ministry of Finance granted $76 million of tariff relief on baby clothing and sports and athletic equipment to help make Canadian products more...

More Americans Expect to Use Tax Refunds to Pay Bills

This tax season, nearly two-thirds of Americans report paying bills as the highest priority for spending their refunds, according to a recent Cricket Wireless...

REI Announces Layoffs, Earnings

REI announced a small number of layoffs at its headquarters and some stores. According to a report in the Seattle Times, the layoffs represented...

U.S. Online Retail Sales to Hit 10% by 2017, Says Forrester

After generating $231 billion in sales for U.S. retailers last year, e-commerce is expected to increase 13% to $262 billion this year, according to...

February Outdoor Retail Grows; Footwear Still Lags

Outdoor product sales grew 8% this February over the same month one year ago to $484 million, according to Leisure Trends Group. Three of...

Shoppers Prefer Retailer Sites over Apps

Despite the proliferation of and buzz around branded shopping apps, a new study from Siteworx shows that 65.7% of people surveyed prefer using the...

February Outdoor Sales Ride Winter Lift

Outdoor Product sales achieved double-digit sales growth in February, accrording to the latest figures from OIA, as winter weather across much of the country...

Gas Prices Could Impact Summer Outings

The high costs of gas around the country are causing some people to think twice about their discretionary spending decisions, including when and if...

January Snow Lifts Snow Sport Sales

Momentum continued in the snow sports market in January as the snow kept falling in critical regions and skiers and riders headed back to...

Offline Ads Twice as Effective with Teens

Despite the fact that teens grew up with an ad-loaded Internet, leaving one to suppose they are used to advertising being part of the...

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