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    I have been working at DC Shoes

    Pros

    Miss the team - we were a true team

    Cons

    Lost our sense of community when campus moved to parent company

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    I applied online. The process took 3+ monthsinterviewed at DC Shoes in March 2010.

    Interview Details

    flew out to california and did a one time interview, got a call back the next week with an offer for $28,000 i negotiated $33,000. They agreed and a moved back to california and started working for DC Shoes. It was a great company and great job.

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    Negotated $33,000
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Website www.dcshoes.com
Headquarters Huntington Beach, CA
Size 50 to 149 Employees
Founded 2004
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Competitors Vans, Stüssy, Billabong

Among the first to capitalize on the skateboard, snowboard, and adventure sports niche market, DC Shoes created its own culture club. It designs technical footwear for skateboarding and snowboarding, as well as casual apparel, accessories, and other sports gear. In addition to its standalone retail shops in New York and Los Angeles, DC Shoes markets its products online and through such retailers as Macy's and Pacific Sunwear. Co-founders Damon Way and Ken Block sold the company to Quiksilver in 2004 to the tune of $87 million. Quiksilver, which had been under pressure to... More

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