Stirling Sports

Stirling Sports is a retail company that primarily sells sporting goods and sportswear. The first Stirling Sport store opened in 1964 on Dominion Road, Auckland and has grown to be one of New Zealand’s largest sporting retail stores with 60 Franchises nationwide.

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Cotton:On Group

Cotton On is one of Australia’s largest global fashion brands and part of the Cotton:On group. The first Cotton On store opened in 1991 in Geelong and now has over 1500 stores in 12 countries, including New Zealand.

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Rip Curl

Rip Curl is manufacturer and retailer of surfing sportswear and accompanying accessories. Rip Curls is owned by by KMD Brands Limited (the parent company of Kathmandu and Oboz).

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Kathmandu was founded in New Zealand, specialising in clothing and equipment for travel and the outdoors. At present, it is a global outdoor, lifestyle, and sports retailer that is part of KMD Brands (formerly known as Kathmandu Holdings Limited), with stores nationwide and global branches in Australia, the US, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, and France.

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Farmers is a New Zealand mid-market department store chain. Farmers operates 59 stores across New Zealand, specialising in family fashion, beauty, homewares, furniture, large appliances and whiteware.

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Bunnings Group Limited, trading as Bunnings Warehouse or Bunnings, is an Australian household hardware and garden centre chain. The chain has been owned by Wesfarmers since 1994, and has stores in Australia and New Zealand. There are 40+ Bunnings stores throughout New Zealand.

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Mitre 10

Mitre 10 is a New Zealand chain of home improvement stores established in June 1974. The company sells a range of household hardware, building supplies, heaters, air conditioners, garden products, barbeques and camping gear.

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