Academy Sports + Outdoors Announces Participation in Upcoming Investor Conference – Yahoo Finance
KATY, Texas, June 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Academy Sports and Outdoors, Inc. (NASDAQ: ASO) today announced its participation in the following upcoming virtual investor conference:
2022 Evercore ISI Consumer & Retail Conference
Format: Virtual fireside chat and small group meetings
Presentation: Wednesday, June 8, 2022 at 8:45am ET
Participants: Ken Hicks, Chairman, President and CEO; Michael Mullican, CFO; Steve Lawrence, CMO
The fireside chat will be webcast live and will be available for replay for 30 days at
About Academy Sports + Outdoors
Academy is a leading full-line sporting goods and outdoor recreation retailer in the United States. Originally founded in 1938 as a family business in Texas, Academy has grown to 260 stores across 16 states. Academy’s mission is to provide “Fun for All”, and Academy fulfills this mission with a localized merchandising strategy and value proposition that strongly connects with a broad range of consumers. Academy’s product assortment focuses on key categories of outdoor, apparel, footwear and sports & recreation through both leading national brands and a portfolio of private label brands. For more information, visit academy.com.
Matt Hodges, Vice President Investor Relations
Elise Hasbrook, Vice President Communications
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