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TINACTIN CHILL is targeted to address the needs of the first time athlete's foot sufferer, which are primarily young males ages 14 to 22.
The Athlete's Foot brand created and implemented programming that has supported the ATC, and we look forward to finding ways that our many brands can benefit the club's more than 3,000 members around the globe.
The lead products in the CureCeuticals line are Cure Toenail Fungus and Cure Athlete's Foot.
Clothing material that kills athlete's foot fungi could help soldiers in the field who often don't have time to change clothing or shower.
Robert and David Lando opened the first The Athlete's Foot store in 1971 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The medicated skincare market includes products treating a variety of skin conditions, including minor wounds, rashes and itches, acne, chapped lips, athlete's foot, warts and lice.
TAF-MAE"), a domestic and international franchisee of The Athlete's Foot (TAF) for the last 17 years, has entered into a definitive 20-year agreement with NexCen to open a minimum of 100 additional TAF stores over the next 14 years.
LAS VEGAS, June 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- One of the most recognizable names in athletic retailing for the past 35 years, The Athlete's Foot (TAF), announced today that it will enhance and update its in-store design, marketing and merchandizing efforts, and franchise support systems to reinvigorate the brand and position it as a global franchise powerhouse in the retail industry.
WASHINGTON, March 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The Athlete's Foot, a global leader in athletic footwear franchising, announced today that it will hold its Global Franchise Convention at SGMA Spring Market (June 11-13; Sands Expo and Convention Center; Las Vegas, Nevada).
Corliss joined The Athlete's Foot in 1998, following a career of over 25 years as an executive and entrepreneur in the retail industry.