DICK’S Sporting Items Expands Resale Partnership With SidelineSwap

Published 08-31-22

Submitted by DICK’S Sporting Items

During 50 new trade-in functions in 2022, DICK’S athletes can resell their applied athletics equipment and receive a DICK’S e-present card quickly for the benefit of their gear

DICK’S athletes can hope to find even a lot more SidelineSwap activities in 2023

At first released on DICK’s Sporting Merchandise News Centre

PITTSBURGH, August 31, 2022 /CSRwire/ — DICK’S Sporting Goods and SidelineSwap, the world’s major on the net market for new and used sporting items, are increasing their partnership to supply a series of 50 new trade-in occasions in seven states by means of the end of 2022. DICK’S Sporting Goods and SidelineSwap have previously held 10 profitable trade-in functions at four DICK’S spots.

At trade-in occasions, athletes can trade their used sports activities gear and obtain DICK’S reward cards to use in direction of their subsequent acquire. Athletes also have the solution to donate all or a portion of their trade-in benefit to select community sporting activities organizations. Things that do not qualify for trade-in can be donated or recycled responsibly.

DICK’S athletes who attended the pilot trade-in functions before this yr gained $78 in reward cards, on common, for their made use of equipment and 100% of athletes surveyed mentioned they would be interested in reselling their applied athletics equipment at minimum once for each 12 months.

Distinct DICK’S spots – in Pennsylvania, California, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio – and dates for forthcoming gatherings can be identified on https://www.dickssportinggoods.com/s/athletics-trade-in. The partnership will develop to additional markets in 2023.

According to Brendan Candon, CEO of SidelineSwap, “We’re fired up to broaden our resale partnership with DICK’S Sporting Items. In a new survey conducted by BBMG1, 62% of buyers surveyed explained that makes could do

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