Moosejaw, the irreverent multi-channel retailer specializing in outdoor apparel and gear, recently welcomed Dan Pingree as their new VP of Marketing. Pingree comes to Moosejaw with an extensive e-commerce background. For the past 5 years, he led the...
BOULDER - Outdoor retailer Moosejaw Mountaineering wants to cater to the region's active residents with a new store opening Saturday, May 5, in the Twenty Ninth Street retail district. Potential new Boulder-area customers do 65 percent more hiking and 120 percent more climbing than does the average Moosejaw customer, according to research from the Detroit-based company. Moosejaw has hired 20 local employees to work at the 4,800-square-foot store located between M.A.C. and Gymboree. "Entry into the Boulder market gives Moosejaw a chance to do what we do best - sell the world's best outdoor gear and apparel to a
Moosejaw Mountaineering, the outdoor retailer known for its quirky, irreverent marketing and unique customer engagement, has named Eoin Comerford as its new president and CEO. Comerford has been with Moosejaw since 2008 as senior vice president of marketing and technology and brings his love of the Moosejaw brand to the position.
Moosejaw, the quirky outdoor retailer based out of Detroit, has announced the grand opening date of March 3rd , 2012 for their 8th retail location in Natick, Mass. The Natick location will be the first to embody Moosejaw’s new retail concept and design. “We wanted to do something totally unexpected from what you would find in a typical outdoor store. When customers come in they will want to explore and engage with their surroundings, the staff and the technology in the space,” explains Bryan Lively, Vice President of Retail. The first thing shoppers will find when they walk in
Tags: Customer Experience, Multi-Channel Retailing, Online Retailing, Product Reviews, Retail - General, Social Media, Surveys CrossView, a provider of cross-channel commerce solutions with clients such as Advance Auto Parts and Moosejaw, released the results of a survey showing that 48 percent of retailers are not offering product ratings or reviews on their websites. CrossView examined the cross-channel capabilities of 25 top retailers, including Abercrombie & Fitch, PetSmart, J.Crew and Foot Locker, among others. “We are surprised at the high number of retail websites that still do not offer product ratings and reviews, which are critical components to an effective