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SBD/February 15, 2013/Marketing and Sponsorship
Under Armour Hopes New Retail Store In Baltimore Can Increase Struggling Shoe Sales
Published February 15, 2013
ETCH-A-SKECHERS: Fox Business’ Liz Claman reported Skechers' stock “is skyrocketing … after the company absolutely crushed expectations for its fourth quarter, blowing away sales and earnings estimates.” Skechers CEO Robert Greenberg said the company has a “very talented staff of 40 designers and great factories around the world that make the product." Greenberg: "A lot of shopping, a lot of trending and seeing what people are wearing, and we interpret everything and give it our little touches and that makes our product unique.” Silver medal-winning U.S. marathoner Meb Keflezighi is a Skechers endorser, and Greenberg said, “We’ve learned how to make all sorts of great products and different technologies, and running is the last frontier. It's the biggest piece of the entire footwear industry." He added of Skechers going into the apparel business, “We’re not doing that directly. We have licensees for that that are in the apparel industry” (“Countdown to the Closing Bell,” Fox Business, 2/14).