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- DC Shoe Company
Shoes, Clothing and Team Pages. Team includes Danny Way *, Colin McKay *, Rob Dyrdek *, Josh Kalis *, Lindsey Robertson, Darrel Stanton, Brian Wenning, Ryan Smith, Ryan Gallant *, and Devine Calloway. www.dcshoes.com Search * Related
- Quiksilver Purchasing DC Shoe Skateboard Footwear Company
According to a recent article in Transworld * Snowboarding, Quiksilver * and DC Shoes * have announced a "definitive agreement whereby Quiksilver will acquire DC Shoes". Reportedly the total price consists of an initial payment of $56M in cash, 1.M "restricted shares of Quiksilver common stock", "the assumption of approximately $10M in funded indebtedness", and up to an another $5M over 4 years "if DC Shoes reaches certain performance targets." DC Shoe's team of professional skateboarders currently includes Danny Way *, Colin McKay *, Josh Kalis *, Stevie Williams *, and Anthony Van Engelen *. (Full Article) Search *
- Skateboard Shoes Now Dominant Athletic Footware
Skateboard footwear is gaining popularity even among kids who've never picked up a board. Skate shoes outpaced all other athletic shoes in sales last year, according to one study. Another study found that in 2004 *, skate shoe sales accounted for 28 percent of total retail sales in the category, more than sandal and jeans sales combined. (Full Article) Search *
- Rob Dyrdek DC Shoes Skate Plaza To Open Near Cincinatti
For all of the skate parks built in Southern California *, none is like the one that will be dedicated next week in Kettering, Ohio *. Rob Dyrdek *, a 29- year-old San Diego * resident, who hails from Ohio, conceived, designed and raised nearly all of the funds to build a 39,000- square-foot skate plaza *. (Full Article) Search *
- DC Shoes Pledges $1M For Skateboards To Return To LOVE Park
Before the 2002 * ban on skateboarding there, LOVE Park * attracted skateboarders worldwide. On Tuesday, June 1st as cheering skateboarders watched, DC Shoe Company * of Vista, California * promised that it would donate $100,000 each year for 10 years to pay for "maintenance, security and upkeep" of the park if it was reopened for skateboarders. (Full Article) Search *
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