Latest Eastern Mountain Sports Inc. Stories

2011-06-15 12:45:00

PETERBOROUGH, N.H., June 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- After seven successful events in six states, Eastern Mountain Sports Inc., one of the nation's largest outdoor retailers, today announced the final dates and locations for its spring Outdoor Demo Tour. Saturday, June 18 - Goddard Park, East Greenwich, RI 10AM - 4PM Sunday, June 19 - Hingham Public Beach, Hingham, MA 10 AM - 4PM Saturday, June 25 - Pawtuckaway State Park, Nottingham, NH 10AM - 4PM Sunday, June 26 - Storrs Pond, Hanover, NH...

2011-01-03 16:45:00

In the news release, Mount Washington Observatory and Eastern Mountain Sports Forge New Multi-Year Partnership, issued Jan. 3, 2011 by Eastern Mountain Sports over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that the first sentence of the seventh paragraph should read as "Eastern Mountain Sports and Mount Washington Observatory will kick off the partnership with launch events at Eastern Mountain Sports stores in North Conway, New Hampshire and New York City. Dates will be announced shortly."...

2011-01-03 08:10:00

NORTH CONWAY, N.H., Jan. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- 6,288-foot Mount Washington is known around the world for its horrific weather conditions. Since its founding in 1932, meteorologists at Mount Washington Observatory have studied and documented the mountain's weather, venturing out into the elements on an hourly basis to collect data and maintain the station's weather instruments. Through a new, multi-year partnership, they will now face the "world's worst weather" in gear provided by...

2010-06-03 09:31:00

PETERBOROUGH, N.H., June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- In keeping with its commitment to knowledgeable, credible authentic expertise, Eastern Mountain Sports Inc., has announced today that two of the company's most talented managers have been promoted to director-level positions. Kate Lynch was named Director of Marketing and Marshall Merriam was named Director of Merchandising. Both positions were created to accelerate positive change in culture, grow the EMS business and enhance industry...

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