GoldMax USA plans to open 100 new stores in the U.S. in 2012, including five to 10 stores in Minnesota and 30 stores in the Dallas metro area. The chain already opened its first two stores in Texas, at 3601 S. Cooper St. in Arlington and at 2193 E. Buckingham Rd. in Richardson, as well as its first store in Minnesota in Roseville. Later in the year, it plans to open a location at the Mall of America in Bloomington. “People of all ages and economic backgrounds are rummaging through their jewelry boxes, closets and drawers, attics or basements
Trail Blazers Partnership Marks Fifth NBA Team to Dreams’ Web Syndication Portfolio PLANTATION, Fla. -- Dreams, Inc. (NYSE Amex: DRJ), a technology driven, multi-channel retailer focused on the licensed sports product industry, has partnered with the Portland Trail Blazers to re-launch the team’s official online sports store, www.TrailBlazersFanShop.com. The deal marks Dreams’ fifth alliance with an NBA team, following successful partnerships with the Golden State Warriors, Charlotte Bobcats, Chicago Bulls and Washington Wizards. “This new online shop provides Trail Blazers fans a greater range of gear and trend-specific merchandise through our proprietary and customizable e-commerce technology,” said Kevin
Multichannel retailer Dreams, which focuses on the licensed sports products industry, has partnered with Hibbett Sports to become its exclusive online provider for team merchandise in the licensed sports category.
Dreams, a technology-driven, multichannel retailer focused on the licensed sports products industry, has launched Indiana University’s online merchandise store at www.indianauniversitystore.com. The site consists of an assortment of hard and soft goods, including apparel, headwear, gifts, novelties, home décor and collectibles. The site is supported by Dreams’ online marketing and proprietary e-commerce technology.
PLANTATION, Fla. -- Dreams, Inc. (NYSE Amex: DRJ), a technology driven, multi-channel retailer focused on the licensed sports products industry, has generated $9.1 million in revenues through its e-commerce division for the month of October 2011, an increase of 32% over the same month last year. The increase was attributable to organic growth with the company’s flagship site, www.FansEdge.com, combined with an expanding portfolio of web syndication clients. “We continue to see an increase in online purchases from fans who demand a greater range of sports merchandise,” said Ross Tannenbaum, Dreams’ president & CEO. “We are very well