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  1. Blue bolsters sales force amid overhaul

    purchase of Blue by Lake Rudd Capital Partners from its founders, Michael and Jay Skopp, after the brand ...

    Posted January 22, 2013 in North America

  2. Study: Baby Boomers are so yesterday

    than new bike owners . Gluskin Townley managing partner Elliot Gluskin said retailers should see ...

    Posted May 7, 2012 in Studies/Reports

  3. Study: Used bike owners ride more, buy more

    to spend," Gluskin said. The Gluskin Townley Group, LLC is a marketing and research consulting firm ...

    Posted April 23, 2012 in Studies/Reports

  4. Bell opens voting on 12 trail grant finalists

    Photo courtesy Bell Helmets

      Flow trails Burke Bike Park/Jay Peak Resort: Kingdom Trail Association, Burke, VT ...

    Posted March 6, 2013 in North America

  5. Specialized Hits Shop with Suit

    “This dispute is nothing more than a symptom of these underlying issues,” said Jay Townley, a consultant ...

    Posted October 16, 2007 in Retail News

  6. Keys to the shop

    and sell the business to Jay. Graves bought the business over a period of a few years and Bob never ...

    Posted January 28, 2013 in Retail News

  7. Fat bike advocates look for national park access

    Fat bikers hit the trail. Photo courtesy of the Fat Bike Winter Summit and Festival

    with frequent directional kiosks and a well-marked trail system throughout," said Fitzgerald. Jay ...

    Posted November 9, 2012 in North America

  8. Limited Risk Policies May Hurt Dealers

    for retailers having inadequate or no insurance coverage. A 1999/2000 study done by the Gluskin Townley ...

    Posted April 16, 2008 in Retail News

  9. Ray Keener: Do cheap bikes mean fewer riders?

    Moving Up, and Enthusiast. I believe Gluskin Townley is still using these same designations in its ...

    Posted November 28, 2012 in Opinion/Analysis

  10. Brewing Chinese Labor Change May Raise Prices

    BY MARC SANI LOS ANGELES, CA—What happens in China never stays in China—it reverberates worldwide. So concern over China’s rising labor rates and the stability of its currency, the yuan, has executives at companies big and small keeping a calculator close at hand. Industry consultant Jay Townley ...

    Posted April 20, 2010 in International

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