Cherokee, which bought Hi-Tec Sports last year and licensed it out, reported revenues of $7.8 million from the brand for the fourth quarter ended Jan. 28, comprising licensing revenues of $1.2 million and $6.6 million worth of indirect product sales related to distribution and government contracts. The business generated a ...
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