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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 compa... ... 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.
Around 90% of products at Leeda’s annual iceTackle* show in February were new for this year. So there was plenty for visiting retailers to consider for their shops. Angling International spoke to some of them about what caught their eye at the MK Dons Stadium, near the company’s headquarters in Milton Keynes, UK. “I was […]The post Retailers check out new products at Leeda’s IceTackle* appeared first on Angling International.
Optimism is running high among fly shops in Colorado – one of the world’s most popular fly fishing destinations – on the eve of the 2018 season. The expectations of retailers and guiding services have been buoyed by a combination of good snow conditions and the influx of new products from manufacturers that reflect developing […]The post Retailers optimistic on eve of fly fishing season appeared first on Angling International.
As employees sweat over how many of them will lose their jobs following the $5 billion takeover by rival chain, Bass Pro Shops, its new owner has called on former Cabela’s executives to donate money from their severance packages to help pay for the redundancies. Johnny Morris, Bass Pro Shops CEO, has asked former Cabela’s […]The post Cabela’s executives challenged to add to redundancy fund appeared first on Angling International.
Beginning in January 2018, Ross Reels has announced they will cut ties with big box stores and instead focus on independent retailers. Read more in the press release below. Ross Reels Leaving Big Box Stores to Focus On Specialty Fly … more →
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.
One of North America’s best known fishing tackle retailers, Bass Pro Shops, has donated $50,000 to an educational programme designed to get more of the Hispanic communities i... ...ational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) and will go towards its George […]The post Bass Pro Shops donates $50,000 to Hispanic fishing and boating drive appeared first on Angling International.
The Bass Fishing Hall of Fame (BFHOF) celebrated its grand opening in its new home in the Wonders of Wildlife Museum and Aquarium with the induction of five new members last week. The BFHOF headquarters is a gift from Johnny Morris, the Springfield, Missouri museum’s owner and the founder of Bass Pro Shops. It features […]The post Bass Fishing Hall of Fame moves into new home appeared first on Angling International.
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As it celebrates its 40th anniversary, a thriving UK tackle retailer believes that it is ‘bucking the trend’. Angling megastore, Cheshire-based Daves of Middlewich, which has been run by sisters Julie and Ann Costella since 2006, has celebrated four decades in business – a noteworthy performance in an environment that continues to see tackle shops […]The post Store ‘bucks trend’ as it celebrates 40 years in business appeared first on Angling International.