Thursday, January 4, 2018

After emerging from bankruptcy and changing its name to Boardriders, Quicksilver moves to acquire struggling Billabong

A. Spokesman

Quiksilver

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"We are excited to become one family with the Billabong team, and look forward to working together arm-in-arm to achieve the promise that this combination offers."  (We are hoping back-shop efficiencies will compensate for the long-lost relevance of both brands.)