DICK’S Furthers E-Comm Partnership To Support Record-Breaking Digital Growth

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DICK’S Sporting Goods has extended its relationship with CommerceHub to support its e-commerce growth.

The multi-year partnership intends to further strengthen DICK’S digital supply chain and e-commerce fulfillment. The retailer, which also operates 728 stores in the United States, recorded record-breaking digital growth over the past year, including a 100% increase in e-commerce sales in 2020.

“Our vendor direct fulfillment network powered by CommerceHub continues to help us expand our assortment by allowing us to quickly connect with key vendor partners,” said Scott Casciato, DICK’S VP of omnichannel fulfillment and customer service. “We rely on CommerceHub to scale our digital capabilities within our supply chain; this, along with the opportunity to offer an ‘endless aisle,’ allows us to continue to meet our customers’ evolving and shifting needs.”

Headquartered in Pittsburgh, DICK’S also owns and operates Golf Galaxy and Field & Stream specialty stores, as well as the youth sports mobile app GameChanger.

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