Filings Flow: Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp: Alexander Medina Seaver’s Stadium Capital Management Llc Opened Big New Position

Filings Flow: Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp: Alexander Medina Seaver's Stadium Capital Management Llc Opened Big New Position

The New Alexander Medina Seaver’s Stadium Capital Management Llc Holding in Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp

Stadium Capital Management Llc filed with the SEC SC 13D/A form for Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp. The form can be accessed here: 000157104916018730. As reported in Alexander Medina Seaver’s Stadium Capital Management Llc’s form, the filler as of late owns 11.7% or 2,580,295 shares of the Consumer Discretionary–company.

Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp stake is a new one for the for the hedge fund and it was filed because of activity on October 10, 2016. We feel this shows Alexander Medina Seaver’s Stadium Capital Management Llc’s positive view for the stock. For a hedge fund managing $639.76 million in assets and having 10+ active experts, we at Financialmagazine have no doubt the buy is a bullish signal.

The hedge fund is active investor in the Finance sector. In the manager’s last 13-F, we saw 25% of Alexander Medina Seaver’s Stadium Capital Management Llc’s US equities portfolio is in this sector.

Reasons Why Alexander Medina Seaver’s Stadium Capital Management Llc Bought – Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp Stock

Item 4. Purpose of Transaction

The Filers purchased shares of Stock for investment purposes.

The Filers are engaged in the investment advisorybusiness. In pursuing this business, the Filers will routinely monitor the Issuer with regard to a wide variety of factors thataffect their investment considerations, including, without limitation, current and anticipated future trading prices for the Stockand other securities, the Issuer’s operations, assets, prospects, financial position, and business development, Issuer’smanagement, Issuer-related competitive and strategic matters, general economic, financial market and industry conditions, as wellas other investment considerations.

Depending on their evaluation of various factors,including those indicated above, the Filers may take such actions with respect to their holdings in the Issuer as they deem appropriatein light of circumstances existing from time to time. Such actions may include the purchase of additional shares of Stock in theopen market, through privately negotiated transactions with third parties or otherwise, or the sale at any time, in the open market,through privately negotiated transactions with third parties or otherwise, of all or a portion of the shares of Stock now ownedor hereafter acquired by any of them. In addition, the Filers may from time to time enter into or unwind hedging or other derivativetransactions with respect to the Stock or otherwise pledge their interests in the Stock as a means of obtaining liquidity. TheFilers may from time to time cause any of Stadium Capital Partners, L.P. and Stadium Capital Qualified Partners, L.P. (the “StadiumCapital Funds”) to distribute in kind to their respective investors shares Stock owned by such Stadium Capital Funds. Inaddition, from time to time the Filers and their representatives and advisers may communicate with other stockholders, industryparticipants and other interested parties concerning the Issuer. Further, the Filers reserve the right to act in concert with anyother stockholders of the Issuer, or other persons, for a common purpose should they determine to do so, and/or to recommend coursesof action to the Issuer’s management, the Issuer’s Board of Directors (the “Board”) and the stockholdersof the Issuer. Any of the foregoing actions could involve one or more of the events referred to in paragraphs (a)through(j), inclusive, of Item 4 of Schedule13D, including, potentially, one or more mergers, consolidations, sales or acquisitionsof assets, change in control, issuances, purchases, dispositions or pledges of securities or other changes in capitalization.

As previously disclosed, in 2011 SCM began discussionswith the management of the Issuer regarding board composition, and specifically about having an SCM representative join the Board.On October25, 2011, the Board appointed the Filers’ designee, Dominic P. DeMarco, to the Board.

On December 18, 2014, SCM submitted a stockholderproposal pursuant to Rule 14a-8 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, to the Issuer for inclusion in the Issuer’sproxy statement for its 2015 Annual Meeting of Stockholders (the “2015 Annual Meeting”). The text of the stockholderproposal is attached as Exhibit B and incorporated herein by reference. The stockholder proposal urges the Board to take all necessarysteps to eliminate the classification of the Board and to require that all directors be elected on an annual basis instead of onceevery three years.

On December 18, 2014, SCM also submitted a letterto the Board outlining some of its concerns with the Issuer’s corporate governance practices. The letter notes that Mr. DeMarcopreviously suggested that the Issuer (i) repeal the classification of the Board; (ii) adopt majority voting in director elections;and (iii) eliminate the supermajority vote requirements in its charter and bylaws. The letter further states that SCM (i) is submittingthe stockholder proposal described above; and (ii) invites its fellow stockholders to submit their own Rule 14a-8 stockholder proposalsto the Issuer prior to the deadline of January 1, 2015. A copy of the letter is attached as Exhibit C and incorporated herein byreference.

On January 21, 2015, Mr. DeMarco submitted a letterto the Chairman of the Board outlining his concerns with the Board’s decision on January 19, 2015, to (i) create a specialcommittee that has the full

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authority to take “all actions” andmake all decisions that the “full Board would be empowered to take or make”; and (ii) exclude Mr. DeMarco, and Mr.DeMarco alone, from this “Super Committee”. The letter asserts that the formation of such a committee is premised uponan alleged conflict of interest between SCM and other non-management stockholders that is non-existent. It further states thatthe Board ignored the potential conflicts of other directors, and deliberately crafted the committee in an overly broad mannerto effectively exclude Mr. DeMarco from all Board business. The letter also notes that the stockholders of the Issuer must soondetermine how to best respond to the Board’s actions and that non-management stockholders have tolerated negative stockholderreturns, poor governance and limited accountability at the Issuer for far too long. A copy of the letter is attached as ExhibitD and incorporated herein by reference.

On February 4, 2015, Mr. DeMarco submitted a letterto the Chairman of the Board in response to a letter from the Chairman to Mr. DeMarco dated January 30, 2015. Mr. DeMarco’sletter reiterates that there is no conflict between SCM and other non-management stockholders, and examines the potential conflictsof the other current members of the Board. Further, the letter corrects certain misstatements made by the Chairman regarding SCM’shistory of governance concerns with the Issuer and motivations for seeking governance improvements. In addition, the letter assertsthat the Chairman continues to be deliberately vague about the scope and purpose of the “Super Committee” formed onJanuary 19, 2015. Finally, the letter refutes the insinuation that Mr. DeMarco has improperly shared confidential Board matters.A copy of the letter is attached as Exhibit E and incorporated herein by reference.

On March 17, 2015, SCP submitted a letter to theIssuer (the “Nomination Letter”) nominating Dominic P. DeMarco, Nicholas Donatiello, Jr. and Michael J. McConnell (collectively,the “Nominees”) for election to the Board at the Issuer’s 2015 Annual Meeting of Stockholders. In its NominationLetter, SCP also reserved the right to further nominate, substitute or add additional persons in the event that (a) the Issuerpurports to increase the number of directorships; (b) the Issuer makes or announces any changes to its bylaws or takes or announcesany other action that purports to have, or if consummated would purport to have, the effect of disqualifying any of the Nominees;or (c) any of the Nominees is unable or hereafter becomes unwilling for any reason to serve as a director.

On March 17, 2015, SCM issued a press releaseregarding the submission of the Nomination Letter and containing the text of a letter submitted to the Chairman of the Board. Amongother things, the letter highlights the Issuer’s underperformance over the last one, five and ten years relative to its peergroup, the S&P 600 Retailing Index and the Russell 2000. In addition, the letter notes the Issuer’s poor governance practicesand the need for a fresh perspective on the Board. The press release is attached as Exhibit F and incorporated herein by reference.

On April 30, 2015, (i) the Issuer, (ii) SCM, SCMGP,SCP and SQP (collectively, “Stadium”), (iii) Mr. DeMarco and (iv) Nicholas Donatiello, Jr. entered into a SettlementAgreement (the “Settlement Agreement”). Under the terms of the Settlement Agreement, in addition to David R. Jessick,the Issuer agreed to nominate Mr. DeMarco for re-election and Mr. Donatiello for election to the Board at the 2015 Annual Meetingas Class A Directors.

The Issuer also agreed to expand the Board fromseven to eight members and appoint Robert C. Galvin to the Board as a Class A Director as soon as practicable after the 2015 AnnualMeeting. If Mr. Galvin is not available to serve as a director, then the Issuer and Stadium will agree upon one candidate froma pool of candidates identified by an executive search firm.

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The Issuer also agreed to recommend that the stockholdersof the Issuer vote at the 2015 Annual Meeting in favor of (i) the Issuer’s precatory proposal (the “Majority VotingProposal”) regarding the implementation of a majority voting standard in uncontested elections of directors (a “MajorityVoting Standard”); (ii) the Issuer’s precatory proposal (the “Supermajority Voting Proposal”) regardingthe elimination of certain provisions in the Issuer’s charter and bylaws that require the affirmative vote of at least 80%of the voting power of all of the Issuer’s then-outstanding shares of common stock (the “Supermajority Voting Provisions”);and (iii) SCM’s stockholder proposal relating to the elimination of the classified structure of the Board (the “DeclassifiedBoard Proposal”).

If the Majority Voting Proposal receives a majorityof the votes cast at the 2015 Annual Meeting with respect to such proposal, then, within 30 days after the 2015 Annual Meeting,the Board will take all actions necessary to amend the Issuer’s bylaws to implement a Majority Voting Standard.

If the Supermajority Voting Proposal receivesa majority of the votes cast at the 2015 Annual Meeting with respect to such proposal, then, at the Issuer’s 2016 AnnualMeeting of Stockholders (the “2016 Annual Meeting”), the Board will present to the stockholders of the Issuer, andwill recommend that the stockholders of the Issuer vote in favor of, amendments to the Issuer’s charter and bylaws to eliminateany Supermajority Voting Provision in the charter and bylaws.

If the Declassified Board Proposal receives amajority of the votes cast at the 2015 Annual Meeting with respect to such proposal, then, at the 2016 Annual Meeting, the Boardwill present to the stockholders of the Issuer, and will recommend that the stockholders of the Issuer vote in favor of, an amendmentto the Issuer’s charter to eliminate the classification of the Board and provide for the annual election of all directors.If such proposal receives the requisite number of votes to effect such action at the 2016 Annual Meeting, then the directors electedat the 2016 Annual Meeting will serve a one-year term expiring at the Issuer’s 2017 Annual Meeting of Stockholders (the “2017Annual Meeting”) and the directors elected or appointed prior to the 2016 Annual Meeting will finish their respective terms.

Under the terms of the Settlement Agreement, theIssuer also agreed to establish a three-person Value Creation Committee of the Board (the “Value Creation Committee”)following the 2015 Annual Meeting to review the Issuer’s business, operations, capital allocations and strategy and to makerecommendations to the Board on these issues. The Value Creation Committee will dissolve automatically at the end of the StandstillPeriod (defined below) unless extended by the Board.

Stadium is subject to certain standstill restrictionsduring the period from the date of the Settlement Agreement until the earlier of (i) 10 days prior to the deadline for submissionof stockholder nominees for the 2016 Annual Meeting; or (ii) 100 days prior to the first anniversary of the 2015 Annual Meeting(such period, the “Standstill Period”). During the Standstill Period, Stadium is subject to customary standstill andvoting obligations, including, among other things, that Stadium and its affiliates and associates will not acquire beneficial ownershipof 14% or more of the outstanding Stock or participate in a proxy solicitation. Additionally, Stadium agreed not to use or proceedwith the proxy statement it filed in connection with the 2015 Annual Meeting, and to vote all of its shares in favor of the electionof Messrs. DeMarco, Donatiello and Jessick, the Issuer’s “say-on-pay” proposal, the ratification of the Issuer’sauditors, the Majority Voting Proposal, the Supermajority Voting Proposal and the Declassified Board Proposal. The Issuer alsoagreed to reimburse Stadium for its reasonable and documented fees and expenses (including but not limited to legal expenses) inan amount not to exceed $195,000.

The foregoing summary of the Settlement Agreementis not complete and is qualified in its entirety by reference to, and should be read in conjunction with, the complete text ofthe Settlement Agreement, which is attached as Exhibit G and is incorporated herein by reference.

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On May 1, 2015, the Issuer issued a press releaseannouncing the Settlement Agreement and related matters. A copy of the letter is attached as Exhibit H and incorporated hereinby reference.

On March 4, 2016, (i) the Issuer, (ii) Stadium,(iii) Mr. DeMarco and (iv) Mr. Donatiello entered into an Amendment to Settlement Agreement (the “Amendment”), whichextended and modified portions of the Settlement Agreement.

Under the terms of the Amendment, the partiesagreed to extend the Standstill Period until the earlier of (i) 10 days prior to the deadline for submission of stockholder nomineesfor the 2017 Annual Meeting or (ii) 100 days prior to the first anniversary of the 2016 Annual Meeting.

Stadium also agreed to vote all of its sharesat the 2016 Annual Meeting in favor of (i) the re-election to the Board of any individual who is a director of the Issuer as ofthe date of the Amendment, subject, in each case, to the nomination of such director by the Board; (ii) a proposal by the Boardto amend the Issuer’s charter to eliminate the classification of the Board on a phased-in basis and provide for the annualelection of directors beginning in 2016; (iii) a proposal by the Board to amend the Issuer’s charter and bylaws to eliminateany provisions that require the affirmative vote of at least 80% of all of the Issuer’s then-outstanding shares of commonstock; (iv) the “say-on-pay” vote regarding the compensation paid to the Issuer’s named executive officers; and(v) the ratification of the appointment of Deloitte & Touche LLP to serve as the Issuer’s independent auditors for fiscalyear 2016.

Under the terms of the Amendment, the partiesalso agreed to increase the size of the Value Creation Committee from three members to four, and to add Steven G. Miller as thefourth member of the Value Creation Committee. The Value Creation Committee will dissolve automatically at the end of the StandstillPeriod unless extended by the Board.

The foregoing summary of the Amendment is notcomplete and is qualified in its entirety by reference to, and should be read in conjunction with, the complete text of the Amendment,which is attached as ExhibitI and is incorporated herein by reference.

On September 9, 2016, Stadium issued a press releaseannouncing Mr. DeMarco’s resignation from the Board, effective immediately, after nearly five years of service. In the opinionof Mr. DeMarco and Stadium, there has been a significant improvement in the composition, governance and structure of the Boardas a result of the Settlement Agreement. Additionally, it is the opinion of Mr. DeMarco and Stadium that the efforts of the ValueCreation Committee, which was formed as a result of the Settlement Agreement to review the Issuer’s business, operations,capital allocations and strategy and to make recommendations to the Board on these issues, are largely complete, with the Boardhaving approved a slate of recommendations at its latest meeting. Thus, Stadium and Mr. DeMarco concluded that it was an appropriatejuncture for Mr. DeMarco to eliminate the substantial time commitment of serving on the Board. Under the terms of the SettlementAgreement, Stadium has the right to name a director to replace Mr. DeMarco, and intends to name an exceptionally qualified, independentindividual who will help the Issuer make continued progress in strategic planning, capital allocation and corporate governance.The press release issued by Stadium is attached as Exhibit J and incorporated herein by reference.

On October 10, 2016, (i) the Issuer, (ii) Stadium,(iii) Mr. DeMarco and (iv) Mr. Donatiello entered into a Second Amendment to Settlement Agreement (the “Second Amendment”),which modified portions of the Settlement Agreement. Under the terms of the Second Amendment, the parties agreed that prior toDecember 1, 2016, (i) Stadium shall not name a director to replace Mr. DeMarco and (ii) the Board and all committees and subcommitteesof the Board shall not seek to increase the Board to more than seven members.

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Under the terms of the Second Amendment, the partiesalso agreed that: (i) Mr. Donatiello shall be added to the Compensation Committee of the Board to replace Mr. DeMarco; (ii) RobertC. Galvin will assume Mr. DeMarco’s role as Co-Chairman of the Value Creation Committee, with that committee reduced to threemembers; and (iii) the Board shall name Van Honeycutt to the newly created role of Lead Independent Director.

The foregoing summary of the Second Amendmentis not complete and is qualified in its entirety by reference to, and should be read in conjunction with, the complete text ofthe Second Amendment, which is attached as ExhibitK and is incorporated herein by reference.

Except as set forth in this statement, the Filersdo not presently have any additional plans or proposals that relate to or would result in any of the transactions, events or actionsdescribed in subparagraphs (a)through (j) of Item 4 of Schedule13D.

Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp Institutional Sentiment

Latest Security and Exchange filings show 114 investors own Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp. The institutional ownership in Q3 2015 is high, at 111.57% of the outstanding shares. This is increased by 7718925 the total institutional shares. 24566824 were the shares owned by these institutional investors. In total 10 funds opened new Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp stakes, 57 increased stakes. There were 13 that closed positions and 31 reduced them.

2 managers had the stock in their top Ten. Notable investors are: Stadium Capital Management Llc, Pacific Ridge Capital Partners Llc..

Timpani Capital Management Llc is an institutional investor bullish on Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp, owning 43047 shares as of Q3 2015 for 0.18% of its portfolio. Magee Thomson Investment Partners Llc owns 376 shares or less than 0.01% of its portfolio. CT Stadium Capital Management Llc have 10.62% of their stock portfolio for 2792264 shares. Further, Pacific Ridge Capital Partners Llc reported stake worth 1.73% of its US stock portfolio. The CA Menlo Advisors Llc owns 138473 shares. Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp is 1.13% of the manager’s US portfolio.

Business Profile

Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation is a sporting goods retailer in the western United States. The Company offers a range of products in a sporting goods store format that averages approximately 11,000 square feet. The Company also offers products online through its e-commerce platform. The Company’s product mix includes athletic shoes, apparel and accessories, as well as a range of outdoor and athletic equipment for team sports, fitness, camping, hunting, fishing, tennis, golf, winter and summer recreation and roller sports. It purchases merchandise from sporting goods equipment manufacturers, athletic footwear manufacturers and apparel manufacturers. It offers products of brands, such as adidas, Crocs, Franklin, JanSport, Rawlings, Spalding, Asics, Crosman, Head, Lifetime, Razor, Speedo, Bearpaw, Dickies, Heelys, Mizuno, Easton, Hillerich & Bradsby, Mossberg and Russell Athletic. It operates approximately 440 stores and an e-commerce platform under the Big 5 Sporting Goods.

SEC Form 13D is filed within 10 days, by anyone who acquires beneficial ownership of 5%+ of any public firm. Activist investors and practices such as: company breakups, hostile takeovers, and change of control events, are permitted for this form filers. A filer must promptly update its 13D filing in case of acquisition or disposition of 1% or more of the securities that are the subject of the filing.

Alexander Medina Seaver’s Stadium Capital Management Llc website.

Insitutional Activity: The institutional sentiment decreased to 0.98 in Q2 2016. Its down 0.29, from 1.27 in 2016Q1. The ratio worsened, as 20 funds sold all Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation shares owned while 27 reduced positions. 8 funds bought stakes while 38 increased positions. They now own 16.37 million shares or 3.66% less from 16.99 million shares in 2016Q1.

Bancorp Of New York Mellon, a New York-based fund reported 324,861 shares. Renaissance Techs Ltd Llc has 269,700 shares for 0% of their US portfolio. Moreover, Gabelli Funds Llc has 0.02% invested in Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (NASDAQ:BGFV) for 320,700 shares. Savings Bank Of America Corp De has invested 0% of its portfolio in Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (NASDAQ:BGFV). Moreover, State Board Of Administration Of Florida Retirement Sys has 0% invested in Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (NASDAQ:BGFV) for 22,857 shares. Moreover, Invesco Ltd has 0% invested in Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (NASDAQ:BGFV) for 86,581 shares. Aqr Mngmt Limited Liability Corp last reported 226,071 shares in the company. Moreover, Kennedy Capital Inc has 0.06% invested in Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (NASDAQ:BGFV) for 308,299 shares. D E Shaw Com Inc last reported 233,218 shares in the company. Royal Comml Bank Of Canada last reported 0% of its portfolio in the stock. California State Teachers Retirement holds 37,229 shares or 0% of its portfolio. Blackrock Grp Incorporated Limited has invested 0% of its portfolio in Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (NASDAQ:BGFV). California Public Employees Retirement has invested 0% of its portfolio in Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (NASDAQ:BGFV). Deprince Race & Zollo accumulated 408,926 shares or 0.08% of the stock. Comerica Comml Bank has 18,127 shares for 0% of their US portfolio.

Insider Transactions: Since August 4, 2016, the stock had 0 buys, and 23 sales for $8.08 million net activity. Another trade for 35,047 shares valued at $456,002 was sold by STADIUM CAPITAL PARTNERS L P. STADIUM CAPITAL QUALIFIED PARTNERS LP sold $48,106 worth of Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (NASDAQ:BGFV) on Thursday, August 18. Shares for $1.34 million were sold by STADIUM CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LLC. FRALEY JEFFREY L sold $20,003 worth of stock. 1,550 shares were sold by Starr Shane O, worth $19,763. 1,896 Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (NASDAQ:BGFV) shares with value of $24,458 were sold by MEADE GARY S.

Analysts await Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (NASDAQ:BGFV) to report earnings on October, 25. They expect $0.28 EPS, 0.00% or $0.00 from last year’s $0.28 per share. BGFV’s profit will be $6.27M for 14.20 P/E if the $0.28 EPS becomes a reality. After $0.11 actual EPS reported by Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts 154.55% EPS growth.

The stock decreased 0.69% or $0.11 during the last trading session, hitting $15.9. About 253,581 shares traded hands. Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (NASDAQ:BGFV) has risen 33.97% since March 8, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 24.66% the S&P500.

Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation is a sporting goods retailer in the western United States. The company has a market cap of $356.19 million. The Firm offers a range of products in a sporting goods store format that averages approximately 11,000 square feet. It has a 30.42 P/E ratio. The Firm also offers products online through its e-commerce platform.

Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (NASDAQ:BGFV) Ratings Coverage

Out of 2 analysts covering Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp (NASDAQ:BGFV), 2 rate it a “Buy”, 0 “Sell”, while 0 “Hold”. This means 100% are positive. $16.50 is the highest target while $9 is the lowest. The $14.33 average target is -9.87% below today’s ($15.9) stock price. Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp has been the topic of 5 analyst reports since July 30, 2015 according to StockzIntelligence Inc. The firm has “Hold” rating given on Wednesday, October 28 by Deutsche Bank. Stifel Nicolaus upgraded the stock to “Buy” rating in Monday, February 8 report. Deutsche Bank upgraded the stock to “Buy” rating in Thursday, October 6 report.

More recent Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (NASDAQ:BGFV) news were published by: Thestreet.com which released: “Commit To Buy Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp At $12.50, Earn 15.8% Annualized Using …” on September 13, 2016. Also Fool.com published the news titled: “Why Shares of Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp. Slumped Today” on March 02, 2016. Money.Cnn.com‘s news article titled: “Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation Announces Fiscal 2015 Fourth Quarter and Full …” with publication date: January 14, 2016 was also an interesting one.

According to Zacks Investment Research, “Big 5 Sporting Goods is a leading sporting goods retailer in the western United States, operating stores under the name “Big 5 Sporting Goods.””

BGFV Company Profile

Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation, incorporated on October 31, 1997, is a sporting goods retailer in the western United States. The Firm offers a range of products in a sporting goods store format that averages approximately 11,000 square feet. The Firm also offers products online through its e-commerce platform. The Company’s product mix includes athletic shoes, apparel and accessories, as well as a range of outdoor and athletic equipment for team sports, fitness, camping, hunting, fishing, tennis, golf, winter and summer recreation and roller sports. The Firm purchases merchandise from sporting goods equipment manufacturers, athletic footwear manufacturers and apparel manufacturers. It offers products of brands, such as adidas, Crocs, Franklin, JanSport, Rawlings, Spalding, Asics, Crosman, Head, Lifetime, Razor, Speedo, Bearpaw, Dickies, Heelys, Mizuno, Rollerblade, Timex, Bushnell, Easton, Hillerich & Bradsby, Mossberg and Russell Athletic.

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