Did you hear?... Marshals acquired by Nevisport

Marshals, the Aberdeen outdoor retailer, has been acquired by Nevisport.
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Marshals, the Aberdeen outdoor retailer, has been acquired by Nevisport. Now Nevisport has 14 stores. According to the Outdoor i newsletter in the UK, this is the first acquisition by Nevisport since the company acquired the Wilderness Ways groups in 1996. The purchase price was not disclosed.

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