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Zumiez Inc.
Type
Public
Traded as NASDAQ: ZUMZ
S&P 600 Component
Industry Clothing stores
Founded 1978; 39 years ago (1978)
Founders Thomas D. Campion
Headquarters Lynnwood, Washington, U.S.
Number of locations
650+ (April 2016)
Area served
United States, Canada
Key people
Thomas D. Campion
Chairman of the Directors
Richard M. Brooks Jr. (President & CEO)
Products Action sports clothing
Revenue Increase $ 408.67 million - 2008
Operating income
Decrease $ 24.61 million - 2008
Net income
Decrease $ 17.20 million - 2008
Total assets Increase $ 233.35 million - 2008
Total equity Increase $ 177.95 million - 2008
Number of employees
1,650 - October 2009
Website www.zumiez.com

Zumiez Inc. is an American specialty clothing store founded by Tom Campion and Gary Haakenson in 1978, and publicly traded since 2005. "Offering gear and clothing for the skater, snowboarder, and surfer," Zumiez markets clothing for action sports, particularly skateboarding, snowboarding, and motocross. Zumiez is based in Lynnwood, Washington. The current president and CEO is Richard Brooks.

Originally named "Above the Belt" when the first store was opened at Seattle's Northgate Mall in 1978, the company grew quickly through the early 80s with the addition of stores at Everett Mall (Everett, Washington), Alderwood Mall (Lynnwood, WA), Tacoma Mall (Tacoma, WA) and Bellevue Square (Bellevue, WA). The mid and late eighties brought new stores online outside of the Puget Sound area, and the corporate name changed to Zumiez pronounced Zoom-eez after popular skateboard game. The corporate office was moved from Everett to Lynnwood, Washington in 2012.

As of January 28, 2017 Zumiez operates 685 stores; 603 in the United States, 48 in Canada, 29 in Europe and 5 in Australia. Zumiez is a leading retailer for lifestyle brands, centering on action sports such as skateboarding, snowboarding, BMX, and motocross.

Zumiez stores are designed with an "organized chaos" theme "that is consistent with many teenagers' lifestyles." The stores are stocked with couches and video games to encourage customers "to shop for longer periods of time and to interact with each other and the store associates." Each store is approx. 2,900 sq. feet. The stores generally feature a sales floor, a couch with video games and television, changing rooms, and a "skate shop." However, this plan may be modified based on space restrictions.

For 13 years, Zumiez traveled to 12 "full stops" as part of its annual Couch Tour. Entertainment included live bands, professional skateboarding demos, and a competition featuring local amateurs. The stops usually took place at the mall where local Zumiez stores are located. Entry to the event was always free.

As part of the Couch tour, since Zumiez doesn't sponsor riders themselves, they joined up with major players in the skate industry to offer an opportunity where amateur skaters can enter and compete. 2013 sponsors included Bones Bearings, Adidas, Deathwish, DGK, Neff, Oakley, and Loser Machine providing the "trophies" for each stop of the contest's winners.

Zumiez Best Foot Forward Am contest series started in 2007 to give back to the skateboarding community on a local level, providing the country's biggest amateur skateboard contest and exposure on a global level. Differentiating itself from other contests, Zumiez Best Foot Forward travels to 35+ cities across the country, and is free to enter. Its purpose to scout and build young skateboarding talent.

Previous Zumiez Best Foot Forward winners have gone on to become some of the top names in skateboarding, including Ishod Wair, Tom Asta, Jack Olson, Chris Wimer, and Alec Majerus.

The company purchased the clothing company Fast Forward in 2006, as well as Blue Tomato in 2012.

On January 25, 2014, a gunman, identified as 19-year-old Darion Marcus Aguilar, opened fire with a 12-gauge shotgun inside of Zumiez at The Mall in Columbia located in Columbia, Maryland, killing two store employees before taking his own life, according to police. Five other people were injured during the incident. Extra ammunition and crude explosives (all of which were later defused) were found in Aguilar's backpack.

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Zumiez Inc. ZUMZ report Q2 2017
Period
Date
Adjusted Actuals EPS
GAAP EPS
Q4 2017
2018-03-12
--
--
Q3 2017
2017-11-30
--
--
Q2 2017
2017-09-07
-0.0200
-0.0200
Q1 2017
2017-06-01
-0.1800
-0.1800
Q4 2016
2017-03-09
0.7400
0.7400
Q3 2016
2016-12-01
0.4300
0.4300
Q2 2016
2016-09-08
-0.0300
-0.0300
Q1 2016
2016-06-02
-0.0800
-0.0800
Q4 2015
2016-03-10
0.5300
0.5000
Q3 2015
2015-12-03
0.3600
0.3600
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Funds
Fund Name
Ticker shares
BlackRock Fund Advisors
1408627
BlackRock Inc.
2203273
BlackRock Institutional Trust Company, N.A.
492030
COLUMBUS CIRCLE INVESTORS
547469
DIMENSIONAL FUND ADVISORS LP
2097470
DISCIPLINED GROWTH INVESTORS INC /MN
258500
FMR LLC
559822
Hood River Capital Management LLC
743383
Matarin Capital Management, LLC
494606
Melvin Capital Management LP
300000
PRICE T ROWE ASSOCIATES INC /MD/
3142006
STATE STREET CORP
605891
Tyvor Capital LLC
476688
Vanguard Group, Inc
1653054
WASATCH ADVISORS INC
3143404
Major Shareholders
Name Relationship
Total Shares
Holding stocks
JOHNSON ERNEST R
0.0900% (26458)
ZUMZ /
BARNUM WILLIAM M JR
0.2300% (67482)
ZOES / ZQK / ZUMZ /
WEBER JAMES M
0.1300% (38524)
ZUMZ /
RYLES GERALD F
0.0700% (21124)
ZUMZ /
Campion Thomas D
11.5600% (3374877)
ZUMZ /
Kilbourne Lynn K
0.2200% (63613)
ZUMZ /
Hyde Matthew L
0.1300% (38524)
WMAR / ZUMZ /
Smith Travis
0.0600% (17774)
ZUMZ /
Wright Ford
0.0300% (8702)
ZUMZ /
STOLZMAN MARC D
0.0600% (17950)
ZU / ZUMZ /
Lang Trevor
0.1400% (41731)
ZUMZ /
Kalen Holmes
0.0600% (16395)
RRGB / ZUMZ /
McCoy Sarah Gaines
0.0900% (26408)
ZUMZ /
Work Christopher Codington
0.1200% (34707)
ZUMZ /
Visser Chris K.
0.0500% (14534)
ZUMZ /
Brown Troy R.
0.1200% (35701)
ZUMZ /
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