"Our team delivered nearly the same EBT in Q2 as they did in the entire fiscal year of 2019! We remain very confident in our business going forward, the opportunities that lie ahead, and our ability to meet the needs of our athletes. I want to thank our teammates, who make this company extraordinary. I am incredibly proud of their continued hard work and unwavering dedication to our business." -Lauren Hobart, President and CEO Read our full Q2 Earnings Report below.
Competition is nothing new for Evan Mathias. His latest challenge, however, was unlike anything he had experienced before. Evan, a sales lead at a Golf Galaxy store in Indianapolis, recently competed in the inaugural U.S. Adaptive Open at the famed Pinehurst Resort Course No. 6 in North Carolina. It was a first-of-its-kind event that put adaptive golfers in the spotlight. Read more about Evan’s experience in our latest Sideline Report feature story.
The past two years have seen a fundamental change in the retail industry. Our own Penelope Sur, Vice President of Talent, is featured in this article from the National Retail Federation. She shared how we're focused on hiring and developing talent to be customer focused, curious about what's coming next and drive innovation. Learn more about the impact she’s making at DICK'S and in the retailing world.
Our Chief People & Purpose Officer, Julie Lodge-Jarrett, recently spoke with FranklinCovey's Scott J. Miller for an episode of his C-Suite Conversations podcast series. Tune in to hear Julie share how she built her career, embraced being her true self, and why diversity is critical for success in the workplace.
At DICK'S Sporting Goods, we have a focused promise and game plan for achieving a more inclusive workplace and a better world. As part of our commitment to transparency in our DE&I efforts, we launched a new site to share how we have advanced and our plans for the future. Check it out! Together, we will make this a more diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace and world!
Suffering from a rare, life-threatening autoimmune disorder, young adventurer Jax Ramirez wanted nothing more than to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. At Public Lands, we’re proud to help make that possible. Partnering with Make-a-Wish, we helped supply Jax and his family with everything they’d need to get the most from their outdoor time together. Check out our Sideline Report!
We’re happy to announce that Forbes has named DICK’S Sporting Goods one of its "2022 Best Employers for Diversity.” We’re proud to be recognized for our efforts to create a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace and world. We also understand that there is still much work to be done and remain committed to continually advancing this vital cause. Learn more about this important award, then make a game plan to join our team.
Taking the first step is how we eventually rise up. When the opportunity to join Meeting of America (MOA) was presented to DICK'S Sporting Goods in early 2021, we promptly became a pilot partner in the program that brings together a diverse group of industry leaders striving to make a difference through dialogue. Read more about the experience in our latest Sideline Report.
Slim Pickins Outfitters, the first Black-owned, woman-run outdoor gear shop in the nation, is bringing its values and unique style to Public Lands stores and beyond. Learn more in our latest Sideline Report.
We mean it when we say that we live and breath sports. Our teammate Jasmine Haynie, a flag football player and lifelong fan of the game, was inspired to share her passion through coaching. The DICK’S team cheered her on as the Marietta High School girls flag football team made it all the way to the state championship game. Shortly after the season ended, Jasmine welcomed her daughter to the world, giving us more to celebrate! Read more in our latest Sideline Report feature story.