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  2. Foot Locker - Wikipedia

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    Foot Locker, Inc. is an American multinational sportswear and footwear retailer headquartered in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, and operating in over 40 countries. Although established in 1974, and founded as a separate company in 1988, Foot Locker's roots date to 1879, as it is a successor corporation to the F. W. Woolworth Company (“Woolworth's”), which changed its name to Foot Locker ...

  3. Eastbay - Wikipedia

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    In 1997, it became a subsidiary of the F. W. Woolworth Company, later known as Foot Locker, Inc. History. The company began in 1980 when Richard Gering and Art Juedes set up a shoe sales company. With about $7,000 worth of running shoes, they set up shoe clinics near their hometown of Wausau, Wisconsin. At each stop they sold their shoes and ...

  4. Kinney Shoes - Wikipedia

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    Kinney Shoes. The G.R. Kinney Company was an American manufacturer and retailer of shoes from 1894 [1] until September 16, 1998. [2] It was listed on the New York Stock Exchange in March 1923, with the symbol KNN. [3] The shoe concern was started by George Romanta Kinney whose father ran a general store in rural Candor, New York.

  5. 200 Military Discounts for Active Duty, Retirees and More - AOL

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    Foot Locker offers a 10% discount on most items in-store or online. Verification is required through SheerID. Verification is required through SheerID. The offer is also good at Kids and Lady Foot ...

  6. Foot Locker Cross Country Championships - Wikipedia

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    The Foot Locker Cross Country Championships, then referred to as the Kinney Cross Country Championships started off as a small event in San Diego, California in 1979. The races moved to Orlando for the 1981 and 1982 national championships, but quickly was moved back to Balboa Park in San Diego in 1983. Additional races run in Orlando were held ...

  7. F. W. Woolworth Company - Wikipedia

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    Foot Locker. On October 20, 2001, the company changed names again; taking the name of its top retail performer and became Foot Locker, Inc., which Woolworth started in 1974 under Kinney Shoes. Foot Locker, Inc., is the legal continuation of the original Woolworth; it retains Woolworth's pre-1997 stock price history.

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