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Consumer Discretionary : Specialty Retail | Small Cap Value
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Academy Sports and Outdoors, Inc. is a full-line sporting goods and outdoor recreational retailer in the United States. The Company offer products for customers of all ages, incomes and aspirations across sporting and outdoor recreation activities, seasons and experience levels. It offers merchandise across four divisions, which include outdoors, sports and recreation, apparel and footwear. Its offers product across various categories, which includes camping, fishing, shooting sports, fitness, team sports, recreation, front end, outdoor and seasonal apparel, youth apparel, licensed apparel, casual and seasonal footwear, work footwear, youth footwear, athletic footwear and team sports footwear. It operates approximately 259 Academy Sports + Outdoors retail locations in 16 states and three distribution centers located in Katy, Texas, Twiggs County, Georgia and Cookeville, Tennessee. It also sells merchandise to customers across United States through its Website.

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Trulieve beats out Curaleaf for top Q1 revenue spot for U.S. cannabis companies

8:59 am ET June 2, 2022 (MarketWatch)

Trulieve Cannabis Corp. edged past Curaleaf Holdings Inc. to be the top revenue generator among U.S. cannabis companies in the first quarter with $318.3 million in revenue, compared to Curaleaf's $313.1 million, according to an analysis by MJBiz released Wednesday. Green Thumb Industries Inc. generated $242.6 million in first-quarter revenue to win the No. 3 slot. Green Thumb was also the only multi-state cannabis operator to post a profit ($28.9 million) in the quarter. Cresco Labs Inc. is fourth with $214.4 million in revenue, followed by Verano Holdings Corp. with $202.2 million in revenue. Most of the top U.S. cannabis companies had lower revenue than the fourth quarter, but posted double-digit percentage gains over the first quarter of 2021. The AdvisorShares Pure US Cannabis ETF (MSOS) is down 46.4% so far in 2022.

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