DEMAND SHAPING: FROM CELEBRITY SPONSORSHIP TO LIMITED RELEASE The modern-day sneaker culture was built on the celebrity limited release. When Michael Jordan first signed with Nike in 1984, the star-endorsed shoes were expected to produce $4 million in sales annually – they did $100 million in the first 9 months. Nike president and co-founder Phil Knight said it was “the perfect combination of a quality product, marketing,...
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