Did you hear?... The November 26 issue of Forbes lists the 500 largest private companies in the U.S.

The November 26 issue of Forbes lists the 500 largest private companies in the United States.
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The November 26 issue of Forbes lists the 500 largest private companies in the United States. Of interest to outdoor and fitness industry watchers, WL Gore comes in at number 174 with revenues of $1.4 billion. LL Bean comes ranks number 225 ($1.15 billion), Bass Pro ($1 billion) is number 284, Dick's Sporting Goods ($893 million) is number 313, Icon health & Fitness ($830 million) is number 339, and Cabela's ($775 million) is number 380 on the list. To see the whole list, go to www.forbes.com.

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