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Bass Pro Shops has revealed that 680 Cabela’s employees based at its Sidney, Nebraska, headquarters have applied for voluntary redundancy and that 290 will be leaving the business at the end of this week. The company, which took over its retail chain rival last year in a deal reportedly worth $5.5 billion, has also invested […]The post 290 Cabela’s employees to leave company this week appeared first on Angling International.
Cabela’s employees have been given a clearer indication of their future and that of the company’s Sidney, Nebraska, headquarters by its new owner, Johnny Morris, Bass Pro Shops’ Chief Executive. While not revealing how many jobs will be cut in the city, where Cabela’s employs 2,000 of its 6,800 population, Morris has detailed, in a […]The post No news yet on jobs as Cabela’s new owner outlines plans appeared first on Angling International.
Polish lure manufacturer, Salmo, has continued its North American expansion with the appointment of a new sales agent. The U.S. division of the business, has agreed a partnership with Slater Sales of Minnesota. It will assume all sales and service responsibilities in Minnesota, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Wisconsin, Texas and the Dakotas. “After Salmo was […]The post Salmo continues expansion in North America appeared first on Angling International.
US outdoor retail giant Cabela’s has reported that its proposed sale to rival Bass Pro Shops is likely to be held up for several months. In a regulatory filing, the Sidney, Nebraska chain reported that both the US and Canadian regulators have requested more time to explore its $5.5 billion sale. It added that both […]The post Bass Pro Shops/Cabela’s merger to be delayed for months appeared first on Angling International.
Bass Pro Shops owner Johnny Morris has met staff at Cabela’s headquarters, but according to reports he told them that he wouldn’t be making ‘false promises’ that all jobs are safe. He visited employees at Sidney, Nebraska, following his company’s $5.5 billion takeover of the business last month to address two meetings of around 300 […]The post No ‘false promises’ over Cabela’s jobs says Bass Pro Shops owner appeared first on Angling International.
Two of North America’s best known fishing tackle suppliers have merged following Bass Pro Shops takeover of rival Cabela’s in a deal said to be worth $5.5 billion. The acquisition ends a long-running saga that started over 10 months ago when Sidney, Nebraska-based Cabela’s announced that it was undertaking a complete review of the business […]The post Bass Pro Shops acquires Cabela’s for $5.5 billion appeared first on Angling International.
Cabela’s, the iconic North American-based outdoor gear and sporting goods chain, will announce its second quarter results tomorrow, but one topic is likely to dominate the presentation. Speculation has hit fever pitch that the Sidney, Nebraska, retailer is about to be sold to its rival, Bass Pro Shops, following a story last week in the […]The post Cabela’s Q2 report likely to be dominated by sale talk appeared first on Angling International.
Dick Cabela, founder the outdoor-goods chain Cabela’s, passed away recently at the age of seventy-seven. An article by Amy Merrick highlights the culture that grew up around the chain, which began in western Nebraska with selling flies. “The growth of … more →
With the 14th annual Drambuie Key West Marlin Tournament about to take place, the brand announced today that Brad Golden of Ogallala, Nebraska, is the lucky individual who has won the chance to compete in thi... ... cash prize.Mr. Golden, a director of Information Technology at a Nebraska school district, learned of the sweepstakes when he was searching... ... fishing experience, so I'm very excited to be visiting Key West."Nebraska Resident Wins 2012 Drambuie Key West Marlin Tournament Sweepstake... ...sday, July 17th, 2012 at 10:01:45.Permalink | Comment | Email this
Tippets: Ranchers Protest Snake River Access, Colorado to Combine Parks & Wildlife, The Carwash Test
Ranchers protest Nebraska's proposed purchase of three miles of the Snake River for public access. Colorado edges closer to combining the state's parks and wildlife administrations. Kirk Deeter's latest "mad scientist folly" will require donning goggles and holding his...