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Under Armour Moving Into Former FAO Schwarz N.Y. Space; Hoops, Running Help Q2

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 26 / 16

Under Armour Founder, Chair & CEO Kevin Plank this morning said that a company store as soon as '18 "would be moving into" the former 53,000-square-foot Fifth Avenue space that was occupied by FAO Schwarz, according to Krystina Gustafson of CNBC.com. It is "part of the firm's strategy ...

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