Sport industry

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Sport industry is a market in which people, activities, business, and organizations involved in producing, facilitating, promoting, or organizing any activity, experience, or business enterprise focused on sports. It is the market in which the businesses are products offered to its buyers are sports related and may be goods, services, people, places, or ideas.[1]

Industries & Economics[edit]

  • Professional Bull Riding
  • Sport Supplement Market
  • Oakley
  • Nike - Net worth $15.9 Billion [2]
  • NBA
  • Ticketmaster
  • K-Swiss
  • NHL
  • Power Bar
  • WWF
  • Huber, Hunt & Nichols (build arenas)
  • Topps Cards
  • Under Armour - Net worth $3.5 Billion [3]
  • Reebok - Net worth $1.2 Billion [4]
  • Adidas - Net Worth $6.8 Billion [5]
  • NFL - Net worth $74.8 Billion [6]
  • Sports Authority
  • Outdoor recreation industry
  • Snowboard Industry
  • Angler Fishing
  • Counterfeit golf club industry
  • Interpublic Group of Co.
  • Sport event travel
  • Canadian sporting goods market
  • Sport equipment
  • Recreational transport
  • Sports apparel
  • Athletic footwear
  • Sports and recreation industry
  • Snowmobiling - $39 Billion in sales [7]
  • Sports tourism
  • Sports-Related Corporate Travel
  • Team and sports event part. travel
  • Adventure and sports fantasy travel
  • Sports sponsorship expenditure
  • Fishing Industry
  • Athletic footwear sales
  • Spectator Sports revenue
  • Stadium Construction
  • Sports Medicine
  • NASCAR
  • Sales of licensed NASCAR products
  • Billiards Product Market
  • Retail sales of sports licensed products

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