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GO Outdoors is to create 65 jobs at its new outdoor equipment store due to open on York Road in Leeds by May.
GO Outdoors is to launch a chain of cycling departments in 43 of its stores across the country over the next three months, with the creation of 120 jobs.
GO Outdoors is to open its first outdoor equipment store in Northern Ireland at a 45,000 sq ft unit on Valley Retail Park in Newtonabbey.
GO Outdoors is to create 60 jobs at a new 40,000 sq ft outdoor activities store due to open at Chatham in Kent next March.
GO Outdoors is planning to relocate its headquarters and 100 staff from Sheffield to Whittington Moor in Chesterfield, and a new store will also be included on the site.
GO Outdoors is looking to expand its chain of 44 outdoor equipment stores with new sites in prime retail locations.
GO Outdoors is to create 40 jobs at a new outdoor activities store due to open in Scunthorpe in May.
GO Outdoors is to expand its chain of 36 outdoor equipment stores with four new outlets in the first quarter of 2012.
GO Outdoors is to create 40 jobs at a new 46,000 sq ft store due to open in Plymouth in December.
GO Outdoors is planning to expand its chain of 30 outdoor equipment stores to 40 this year, having arranged a new £30m credit facility with Lloyds Banking Group.
GO Outdoors has secured a £28m investment from private equity firm 3i Group, and plans to expand its chain of 30 outdoor equipment stores to 70 over the next three years.
GO Outdoors is planning to expand its chain of 27 stores with ten new sites this year, including Stoke, Manchester and York.
GO Outdoors is looking to open a new store at Foss Bank in York, with the creation of 50 jobs.
GO Outdoors is planning to expand its chain of 25 outdoor equipment stores to 50 by 2012, and is aiming for 100 in the long-term.
GO Outdoors is to invest £6m opening four new stores in Blackburn, Clydebank, Colindale and Swindon by the end of April, with the creation of 160 jobs.
GO Outdoors is planning to open five outdoor equipment superstores in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen over the next two years, with the creation of 200 jobs.
GO Outdoors is to create 40 jobs at a new outdoor clothing store in Newcastle next month, as part of a strategy to open 19 stores by 2011.
GO Outdoors is planning to expand its chain of 11 outdoor clothing stores to 30 by 2011, with the creation of 1,000 jobs, and three stores are due to open in Stockton, West Yorkshire and the South East by June.
GO Outdoors is to create 30 jobs at a new camping superstore due to open in Wolverhampton in September.
GO Outdoors, the Sheffield-based outdoor clothing and equipment retailer, has raised £18m to fund a nationwide expansion programme.