Foot Locker: Foot Locker Retail, Inc. stores are easily recognizable due to their frequent locations inside shopping malls and because of their distinctive referee logo and employee uniforms. Foot Lockers mainly sell shoes and sportswear, and have outlets aimed specifically at women and children, the Kids Foot Locker and Lady Foot Locker stores.. See Foot Locker Application.
Journeys: Journeys is a retailer owned by the larger Genesco company; these stores sell footwear and accessories marketed towards teenagers and young adults. Journeys locations are typically in shopping malls and sell name-brand and designer items. This retailer also has outlet locations, which offer a selection of items at discounted prices.. See Journeys Application.
Finish Line: Finish Line is a retail company that offers athletic apparel and footwear. These stores are located in most U.S. states and are typically found in shopping malls. Finish Line is famous for its shoe wall displays featuring a wide range of athletic footwear. These stores offer major name brand clothing.. See Finish Line Application.
Nike: Nike Inc. is a global company that deals in a variety of athletic items such as clothing, footwear, and sports and recreational equipment. Nike is responsible for designing and manufacturing their own products, and sells them in their own store locations and in many other retailers around the world.. See Nike Application.
Ulta: Ulta Salon, Cosmetics & Fragrance, Inc. is a U.S. chain of large beauty supply stores. Locations feature hair salons and sell a broad range of items including skin and hair care products, cosmetics, fragrances, and various beauty tools such as flat irons and eyelash curlers. Ulta offers privately branded products, drugstore brands, and salon brands, meaning that item prices can vary greatly.. See Ulta Application.
Ymca: The YMCA, which stands for the Young Man’s Christian Association, is a Swedish organization with locations around the world. The goal of the YMCA is in accordance with Christian principles of health in body, mind, and spirit. YMCA centers host religious activities, educational programs, day care and children’s programs. Members of the YMCA can also make use of exercise equipment in YMCA gymnasiums.. See Ymca Application.
Vans: Vans is an American manufacturing company that is most famous for making shoes. In addition to footwear, Vans manufactures a variety of clothing and accessories. Their products are marketed mainly towards young people involves in action sports like skateboarding, snowboarding, surfing, and motocross. The Vans company sponsors male and female athletes, operates skate parks, and sponsors the Warped Tour concert series.. See Vans Application.
Footaction: Footaction is an American retail company that mainly sells athletic shoes but also sells clothing. It is marketed towards young urban males and has locations across the United States. Footaction stores sell name brand products, with labels like Nike, Adidas, Jordan, Oakley, PUMA, Timberland, New Balance, Converse, and Vans.. See Footaction Application.
Kids Foot Locker: Kids Foot Locker is an American retail company that sells footwear for children. Like the adult version of the store, Kids Foot Locker sells major name brand apparel and lacks the distinctive referee uniforms and décor of original Foot Locker stores. Locations are usually found in shopping malls in close proximity to regular Foot Lockers or Lady Foot Lockers.. See Kids Foot Locker Application.
Planet Fitness: Planet Fitness is an American chain of fitness centers that is mainly marketed towards new gym users. Memberships are priced lower than many other fitness centers and appeal to thrifty or lower-income individuals, and also those who are looking for a more casual gym experience. Planet Fitness offers the use of their gym equipment and hosts a variety of fitness classes.. See Planet Fitness Application.
Famous Footwear: Famous Footwear is an American retail company that sells shoes. Their items are name brand and are offered at a discount because they are usually part of their companies’ surplus. Famous Footwear sells shoes for men, women, and children, and their locations are typically found in shopping centers in over 1,000 U.S. locations.. See Famous Footwear Application.
Sephora: Sephora is a major French retail chain owned by Louis Vuitton. It sells assorted cosmetics and beauty products. It has locations in Europe and has spread to the United States and other countries. Sephora is known for its large selection of name brand and privately branded products and for its dedicated, informative customer service.. See Sephora Application.
Shoe Carnival: Shoe Carnival is an American retail company that sells footwear, handbags, and other accessories in the Midwestern and southern United States. A unique attribute of Shoe Carnival is its shopping experience, which features an employee with a microphone that announces surprise limited-time discounts on certain items in the store.. See Shoe Carnival Application.
Dsw: DSW Inc., which stands for Designer Shoe Warehouse, is an American retail company that sells a variety of footwear for men, women, and children. They also sell accessories. Most of DSW’s items are name brand, but they also offer a small selection of privately branded shoes and accessories. As a company, DSW is committed to environmental sustainability practices.. See Dsw Application.
La Fitness: LA Fitness is a company of health clubs that operates over 800 locations in North America. This privately-owned chain offers its members access to exercise equipment, pools, saunas, and basketball and racquetball courts. They also host various fitness classes and employ personal trainers, sometimes for additional costs. Some LA fitness locations are open 24 hours a day.. See La Fitness Application.
Champs Sports: Champs Sports is an American retail company that sells sports-related clothing, shoes, and accessories. They also sell sports equipment. Champs stores are usually found in shopping malls and offer name brand products and sports team merchandise. This company is a subsidiary of the larger Foot Locker chain and has locations in North America and U.S. territories.. See Champs Sports Application.
Payless Shoes: Payless Shoesource is an American retail company that sells discounted shoes and accessories. Its thousands of locations around the world are found in shopping centers and malls. Payless frequently offers BOGO, or buy one get one free sales, and many of its items are privately branded. Payless also collaborates with big-name designers to sell lower-priced versions of their fashionable footwear.. See Payless Shoes Application.
24 Hour Fitness: 24 Hour Fitness is a major American health club company that has millions of members in the United States. For a monthly fee, members are granted access to a variety of gym equipment, as well as personal trainers and group fitness classes. As the name suggests, their gyms are open 24 hours a day.. See 24 Hour Fitness Application.
Adidas: Adidas is a major German company that produces athletic clothing, footwear, and accessories. There are Adidas stores in shopping centers and malls around the world, and the corporation allows its products to be sold by many other retail companies. Adidas produces clothing and shoes for men, women, and children, and also makes a variety of sports equipment.. See Adidas Application.
Aldo: The ALDO Group is a major privately-owned Canadian company that operates a chain of retail stores selling trendy but affordable footwear and accessories. The ALDO company has more than a thousand locations in countries around the world, and it sells private and smaller name brands for men, women, and children.. See Aldo Application.
Shoe Show: Shoe Show, Inc. is an American retail company that sells shoes in the United States under several different brands. It has more than 1,000 locations that offer a large selection of high-quality, name brand footwear at value prices. In addition to selling shoes for men, women, and children, Shoe Show stores sell accessories and handbags.. See Shoe Show Application.
Gold’s Gym: Gold’s Gym International, Inc. is an American chain of fitness centers with hundreds of locations in the United States and countries around the world. After purchasing memberships, customers gain access to fitness equipment, personal trainers, and group fitness classes. Gold’s Gym was made famous when it was frequented by Arnold Schwarzenegger and shown in bodybuilding film Pumping Iron.. See Gold’s Gym Application.
Rack Room Shoes: Rack Room Shoes is a U.S.-based retail company that sells a variety of footwear at discount prices. The company is owned by the larger Deichmann Group, which also operates Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse, another discount shoe store. There are hundreds of Rack Room Shoes locations in the United States; these stores sell affordable name-brand shoes and accessories for men, women, and children.. See Rack Room Shoes Application.
Mac: MAC, which stands for Makeup Art Cosmetics, is an American company that produces salon-quality cosmetics. They manufacture and sell a variety of makeup, beauty and skincare products, and makeup tools. They have their own retail stores in the U.S. and countries around the world, and they also sell their products in other companies’ stores. The company does not test on animals and frequently participates in charitable activities.. See Mac Application.
Converse: Converse is a major American shoe retailer. They are a subsidiary of Nike, Inc. and they sell their shoes in their own stores and in other companies’ stores. The Converse brand has been around since the 1900s and has benefited from the relatively recent success of skate sports. Converse’s most famous shoes are their sneakers, but they offer a variety of footwear, clothing, and accessories.. See Converse Application.
Steve Madden: Steve Madden is an American designer brand of shoes and accessories. Steve Madden products are sold in their own stores in the U.S. and countries around the world, and they are also sold in various department stores and specialty shoe stores. This designer’s shoes and accessories are high-quality and fairly pricy.. See Steve Madden Application.
Anytime Fitness: Anytime Fitness is an American chain of fitness clubs that has thousands of locations in the United States and countries around the world. The company is privately owned and its gym locations are franchised. Members of Anytime Fitness gain 24-hour access to exercise equipment, and can also work with personal trainers and attend fitness classes.. See Anytime Fitness Application.
Skechers: Skechers is an American retail company that sells a variety of casual and athletic footwear for men, women, and children. They have hundreds of locations in countries around the world that sell their name-brand shoes. The Skechers company is known for partnering with celebrities to market their footwear in television commercials.. See Skechers Application.
Lush: Lush is a cosmetics company that was started in the United Kingdom and originally supplied products for the British beauty company The Body Shop. Now Lush sells cosmetics and assorted beauty products in stores in the U.K. and U.S. and online. The company is known for making vegan beauty products and for refusing to test their products on animals.. See Lush Application.
Reebok: Reebok International Ltd. is a major manufacturer and retailer of athletic clothing and footwear. The company is based in the United Kingdom and in addition to producing a variety of apparel, they also manufacture and sell sports and fitness equipment. Reebok frequently partners with celebrities for advertising and their products are sold in many different retail stores.. See Reebok Application.
Fitness 19: Fitness 19 is an American company that operates fitness centers in 22 of the United States. They offer memberships at more affordable prices than many other gyms, and their facilities are also more family-oriented than most. Memberships allow customers to gain access to a variety of exercise equipment and personal training services.. See Fitness 19 Application.
Shiekh Shoes: Shiekh Shoes is a privately-owned American retail company that sells a variety of footwear and other types of clothing. There are more than 100 store locations, most of which are in the western United States. These stores sell name-brand athletic shoes and clothes, along with their own private brand. Shiekh Stores are typically found in shopping malls and are marketed towards young adults.. See Shiekh Shoes Application.
Nine West: Nine West is an upscale American retail company with hundreds of locations in more than 50 countries around the world. Nine West sells a variety of trendy footwear and clothing for men and women. Their stores also sell a wide range of accessories, including jewelry, sunglasses, handbags, scarves, and more.. See Nine West Application.
Off Broadway Shoes: Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse is a privately owned American retail company that primarily sells footwear for men, women, and children. They offer a variety of name brand shoes for low prices. Their stores also sell accessories, including handbags, hats, socks, hosiery, and seasonal items. Off Broadway has more than 75 locations in the United States.. See Off Broadway Shoes Application.
Stride Rite: Stride Rite is an American retail company that sells children’s shoes. They have more than 200 retail stores and over 100 outlets in the United States; these locations are usually found in shopping malls and shopping centers. Stride Rite sells name brand and privately-branded shoes and accessories in their stores, and they also market their products for sale in other stores around the world.. See Stride Rite Application.
New Balance: New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc., or New Balance, is a privately owned company that produces and sells footwear for men, women, and children. This major company primarily manufactures athletic footwear, but they also make work shoes and sandals. Some of their products are made in the United States, and are sold there and in countries around the world, in hundreds of company stores and in other retailers’ stores.. See New Balance Application.
Puma: Puma is a major German retail company that manufactures and sells athletic and casual shoes for men, women, and children. They also make accessories and a variety of sportswear and equipment. This company sells its shoes in its stores and in other retailers’ stores. Puma also sponsors many sporting events and athletes.. See Puma Application.
Snap Fitness: Snap Fitness is an American based company that operates fitness centers in the United States. The company is privately owned, and its health and fitness clubs are smaller than most. Snap Fitness lacks swimming pools and locker rooms, which help drive down costs. Snap Fitness’s goal is to offer quick, convenient, inexpensive gym memberships. There are thousands of locations in the U.S. and other countries.. See Snap Fitness Application.
Underground Station: Underground Station was the name of a footwear brand owned, designed, and manufactured by the Journeys shoe company. Now branded as “Underground,” the shoes are sometimes sold in Journeys retail stores and online. However, the Underground brand is found more often on Journeys’ email-able gift cards than on their shoes.. See Underground Station Application.
Crocs: Crocs, Inc. is an American company that designs, manufactures, and sells shoes. These shoes have a unique clog design with holes in the top of the shoe. Most Crocs are plastic and come in a variety of colors. The company also manufactures sandals, flats, heels, boots, and other styles besides their well-known clogs.. See Crocs Application.
Mary Kay: Mary Kay Inc. is a privately owned retail company that sells cosmetics and beauty products. Mary Kay has a multi-level marketing system that allows individuals affiliated with the company to sell products directly to customers; top-selling individuals receive perks. Beauty consultants can hold parties to promote Mary Kay’s cosmetics, skin care products, and fragrances, or use word of mouth to sell products.. See Mary Kay Application.
Crunch Fitness: Crunch Fitness is a company that operates fitness centers in the United States. Their affordable fitness clubs are marketed towards young adults and offer nonjudgmental service and a focus on fun. Crunch offers trendy features and unique classes such as anti-gravity yoga, drag queen fitness classes, dodgeball, and co-ed wrestling. Some locations have nightclub atmospheres.. See Crunch Fitness Application.
Equinox: Equinox Fitness is an American company that operates health clubs in the United States. It is a subsidiary of The Related Companies, a real estate and property management corporation. Equinox Fitness centers are upscale and feature group classes in activities such as yoga and Pilates, along with personal training services. Equinox also offers spa treatments, including massages, facials, bronzing, and more.. See Equinox Application.
Planet Beach: Planet Beach is an American company that operates more than 200 franchised spas in the United States and in countries around the world. Its goal is to make spa services more accessible and affordable for customers. Planet Beach offers membership programs that allow customers access to spray tanning services, light therapy, detoxes, massages, facials, teeth whitening, and more. They also sell skincare and tanning products along with nutritional supplements.. See Planet Beach Application.
Bakers Shoes: Bakers Shoes is a retail company that is based in and operates stores in the United States. They sell a variety of footwear for women, including dress shoes, boots, flats, and sandals. Bakers shoe stores offer some well-known name brands, but many of their shoes are privately branded or small name brands.. See Bakers Shoes Application.
Curves: Curves is a privately owned company that operates fitness centers. Based in the United States, there are thousands of locations and millions of customers around the world. Their fitness centers are specifically intended for women and focus on weight loss and improving physical health. Curves members gain access to workout equipment, group classes, and personalized health coaching.. See Curves Application.
World Gym: World Gym is a privately owned company that operates fitness centers for men and women. Their gyms are franchised and have around 200 locations in the United States and in countries around the world. A well-known gym brand, the company was popularized by actors in the 1970s. Members gain access to a serious fitness club that focuses on weightlifting.. See World Gym Application.
Timberland: Timberland LLC is a retail company that is based in the United States. They are a subsidiary of VF Corporation, and they sell a variety of outdoor apparel in more than 100 retail locations in North America and in countries around the world. Timberland is best known for their outdoor footwear, but they also sell clothing, leather goods, accessories, and sunglasses.. See Timberland Application.
Bobbi Brown: Bobbi Brown Cosmetics is a beauty company that is based in the United States. They emphasize a “natural beauty” approach with their cosmetics and beauty products, and often participate in social causes, many of which are related to women’s issues. Bobbi Brown offers many different shades of foundations, concealers, and powders, allowing women of many races to purchase their makeup.. See Bobbi Brown Application.
Estee Lauder: The Estee Lauder Companies, Inc. is a cosmetics company that is based in the United States. They manufacture, market, and sell a wide range of beauty products, including makeup, fragrances, skin care, and hair care items. These items are sold under several different brands, which are sold in upscale department stores in countries around the world.. See Estee Lauder Application.
L’Occitane: L’Occitane en Provence, often simply called L’Occitane, is a company that is based in France and deals in personal care products. They manufacture and sell a variety of cosmetics, beauty products, skin and hair care products, fragrances, and seasonal gifts. There are L’Occitane boutiques in countries around the world, and their products are available online.. See L’Occitane Application.
Lancome: Lancome is a fashion brand that is based in France; they are a subsidiary of the larger L’Oreal company. They are best known for their luxury-brand perfumes and cosmetics, and they also produce and sell a variety of skin care products. This expensive brand is sold in Lancome’s own boutiques and upscale department stores in countries around the world.. See Lancome Application.
Goodlife Fitness: Goodlife Fitness Centers, Inc. is a major fitness company that is based in Canada. They have more than 300 health club locations in Canada, and they frequently sponsor sporting events; they have also appeared on reality television shows. Goodlife memberships allow customers access to workout equipment, fitness classes, personal trainers, and health specialists.. See Goodlife Fitness Application.
Powerhouse Gym: Powerhouse Gym is a fitness company that is based in the United States and operates more than 300 independently owned franchised health clubs in the U.S. and in countries around the world. Their company focuses on strength training and memberships allow customers access to workout equipment, fitness classes, and personal trainers. Powerhouse also sells workout clothing and personal gym equipment.. See Powerhouse Gym Application.
The Athlete’s Foot: The Athlete’s Foot, or TAF, is a retail company that is based in the United States. They are a subsidiary of the Swedish corporation Intersport. As their name suggests, The Athlete’s Foot primarily sells name-brand athletic shoes, but they also sell a variety of athletic apparel in their hundreds of stores around the world.. See The Athlete’s Foot Application.
California Family Fitness: California Family Fitness is a health club company that is based in the United States. As their name suggests, they strive to create a family-friendly atmosphere with equipment and programs for people of all ages. Members gain access to classes, personal training, pools, saunas, tanning salons, indoor rock climbing, team sports, and more.. See California Family Fitness Application.
Elizabeth Arden: Elizabeth Arden, Inc. is a publically owned retail company that is based in the United States. This corporation designs, produces, and sells a variety of beauty products and fragrances. It is one of the earliest beauty companies in existence, founded in 1910. Elizabeth Arden products include makeup, lotions, serums, perfumes, and bath supplies. These products are sold in boutiques and department stores in countries around the world.. See Elizabeth Arden Application.
Merle Norman Cosmetics: Merle Norman Cosmetics is a retail company that is based in the United States and has locations in shopping malls around the world. They are known for offering free samples and makeovers to customers in stores, and they sell a variety of skincare products, makeup, and fragrances. Merle Norman also offers personalized makeup help in their stores. See Merle Norman Cosmetics Application.
Life Time Fitness: Life Time Fitness is a chain of health clubs that is based in the United States and operates there and in Canada. They are known for having large and well-equipped facilities. Life Time Fitness Members can gain access to a variety of workout equipment, swimming pools, salons, food courts, and child care facilities. The health clubs also have group fitness classes and personal trainers.. See Life Time Fitness Application.