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Dick’s Sporting Goods on Monday launched an expanded price-match policy that matches nearly all competitor’s online and offline prices, including Amazon, Wal-Mart and vendor websites. The site lists Amazon and Wal-Mart as its first two “qualifying retailers” under the price-match guarantee. The list also includes Cabela’s,...

Sole  announced a partnerships with Andy Shapin and the JSC Inc. sales agency to cover sales in the Midwest and Great Lakes territories and Michael Felix and the Midcoast Outdoors sales agency to cover sales in the South Central territory. Sole’s director of U.S. sales, Zachary Osness,...

Dick’s Sporting Goods named Scott Hudler senior vice president – chief marketing officer. In this role, Hudler will be responsible for the company’s overall marketing and consumer engagement strategy and implementation, and will report to Lauren Hobart, president, Dick’s Sporting Goods. “Scott will play a pivotal...

Vibram, a leader in high-performance soles, partnered with REI for its 2017 Sole Factor Tour, which will visit select REI stores across the country offering customers a chance to upgrade their favorite footwear with a new Vibram sole. Driving Vibram’s Sole Factor program is a customized,...

Famous Footwear introduced buy-online, in-store pickup at all its more than 1,000 locations. Customers who use the free service on famous.com, from July 7 through 11, will receive $5 off one order containing an in-store pickup item. “With more than 1,000 stores across the country, customers can...

People Footwear appointed Marty Meade as vice president of sales. Meade will be based in the Portland, OR office. “We are thrilled to have Marty as part of the People Footwear family,” said Damian Van Zyll De Jong, CEO. “As our brand continues to grow and we...

Cherokee Global Brands, the parent of Hi-Tec, Tony Hawk Signature Apparel and Flip Flop Shops, reported a loss in its first quarter ended April 29,  impacted by the decision by Target, the discount chain, to stop selling the Cherokee brand. The company also said it was...

Tonsser, a startup that offers a vertical social network aimed at youth soccer players, has signed on Nike as its first brand channel partner, according to a report from TechCrunch. Offering a way for players to get discovered by a major club, the Copenhagen-based firm now has...