SportsMerchNews.com has been shown Nike merchandise that was planned for TCU in 2012. This confirms our earlier report that the logo shown was, in fact, the logo Nike and TCU were planning on debuting in 2012 before being scrapped at the last minute by TCU.
Word out of Fort Worth is that the logo was scrapped due to public backlash when the logo was leaked on various websites. TCU will stick with their current logo for now, but apparently they are still in talks with Nike about designing a new “frog” logo.
Nike, Inc. released their 2012 Third Quarter results today, highlighting a 15% increase in revenues – to $5.8 billion.
The Beaverton, Oregon sports apparel giant reports that earnings per share for the quarter rose 11% as a result of continued strong demand for the Nike brand.
“We had a strong third quarter. Our relentless focus on innovation delivered powerful new products and services for athletes and consumers, and continues to drive Continue reading
Nike officially takes over as the official jersey supplier for the NFL next season. This means all retail stores that carry NFL jerseys will now have to place their orders with Nike instead of Reebok. It can be a minor adjustment for the larger retail stores – most sports retail stores already do plenty of business with Nike (you kinda have to these days).
But for the smaller retail shops – the ones that pull in around $1,000,000 or less in sales per year – they might be out of luck. Nike is sending Continue reading