‘It’s time to put sports equipment in the hands of the people’: Sports equipment supplier’s boss

The top sports equipment supplier in the United States, Top Gear, has decided to put its sports equipment box in the people’s hands.

The move is part of a broader push to change the way people interact with sports equipment and is part the company’s “move to transform” its business model, CEO Richard Hammond said in a statement.

“It’s a bold move that will have an immediate and profound impact on the way our customers buy, use and own the equipment that we sell,” he said.

“It will also change the direction of our business.”

In a statement, Top Sports Equipment said it has “always been a passionate supporter of sports and our commitment to supporting the game continues to be the same.”

The move comes as more companies seek to shift away from their business models based on buying from a single supplier, like the NFL or NBA.

Sports equipment companies are increasingly relying on partnerships with partners to deliver the goods.

But the trend is increasingly changing.

In 2017, there were more than 40,000 sporting goods companies, with $2.3 trillion in sales, according to Gartner, which tracks global companies.

With so many companies now focused on partnering with smaller companies to deliver products, it’s unclear how they’ll stay in business.

But Top Gear has already begun selling a new sports equipment set.

It has been selling the Bolt since March 2017, but the company also announced a Bolt Pro, the latest version of its sports gear, and a Bolt Elite, the company has been offering for a year.

The company also launched a new line of sports accessories, which are designed to make it easier for fans to customize their own gear.