|By Marketwired .||
|March 25, 2014 09:33 PM EDT||
CARLSBAD, CALIFORNIA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/26/14 -- Pacific Vector Holdings Inc. (TSX VENTURE:PVH), a premier action sports retailer and consumer brands company, announces that it has closed fourteen stores in efforts to accerelate a positive contribution across the entire retail chain.
"When we acquired Ryderz Compound retail stores last April, we knew it would be a turnaround effort, which was reflected in the purchase price of the stores. We spent the last 10 months analyzing the stores on a unit-by-unit basis and monitoring key performance metrics through the retail selling seasons. As a result of our findings, we have made the decision to close fourteen stores in efforts to address the long-term health of the company," said CEO Robert Reynolds. "This action is the first part of a turnaround plan we are implementing to position Prime Ride Shop locations for growth and profitability. Our strategy on the retail side of the business is to remodel, rebuild and re-banner our twenty profitable properties to the Prime Ride Shop name."
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