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Under Armour ponders brick-and-mortar sales in an internet age

Under Armour ponders brick-and-mortar sales in an internet age

Under Armour is looking for new ways to make in-person shopping exciting, as customers increasingly make purchases online, CEO Kevin Plank said at a real estate conference in New York City this week.

The Baltimore-based sports apparel brand has started installing what it calls a "greatest hits wall" that has as its focus a rotating device that looks something like a slot machine to highlight different products. The company also has developed shopping apps that allow customers to scan items in a store with their phones, which then shows videos featuring the firm's athletes.

"None of us believes that retail will ever go away," Plank said in his speech...

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