US: VF Corp plans $2.2bn in revenues for Vans
By Leonie Barrie | 15 June 2012
Action sports brand Vans is to expand into athletic footwear as part of a push that includes adding new markets and selling more products directly to consumers to more than double sales to $2.2bn in five years.
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