USA: Nike Is First Tenant At ESPN.com Mall
ESPN.com and Nike.com are launching an online Nike store at ESPN.com this fall - the first anchor store of the ESPN.com Mall - as ESPN.com relaunches its shopping area. With a direct connection to Nike.com's product line, the Nike store at ESPN.com will feature an assortment of products, including Nike Team Sports licensed apparel and Nike's made-to-order shoe program, NIKEiD. "Our new relationship with Nike is the first step of our new e-commerce strategy," said John Skipper, senior vice president and general manager, ESPN Internet Group. "The Nike store and other ESPN.com mall inhabitants will serve to drive revenues and provide a superior online shopping experience for users." "Being the anchor tenant of the ESPN.com Mall offers Nike.com an opportunity to broaden the exposure of its online store, and the great sports product it carries, to the athletes and fans that regularly visit ESPN.com for its comprehensive sports coverage," said Mary Kate Buckley, vice president and general manager of
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