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Founded in 1989 by Angus Morrison and David Douglas, USC is a British clothing retailer selling branded apparel around the UK. First opened in Edinburgh, the shop specialises in sportswear retailing brands including Calvin Klein, Lacoste, Levi’s, Vans and Tommy Jeans.

In 2004, USC was purchased by businessman Sir Tom Hunter and in 2011 it was sold again to British sports retailer Sports Direct.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

£3.36 billion as part of Sports Direct International Plc.

Segments / Shopping Categories:

menswear; womenswear; footwear; kidswear; jewellery

Company Size (No. of Employees): 17,559 (Sports Direct International Plc.)
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Sports Direct International Plc.

UK Standalone Stores: 63
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 63
Key Concessions:

Sports Direct

Retail Units: Colin Bell (Head of Commerical Retail)
Group Companies:

SportsDirect.com; House of Fraser; Flannels; Slazenger; Lillywhites; USC; Everlast; Lonsdale

Key Brands Stocked:

Adidas; Armani AX; Atari; Baker; Boss; Barber; Becham; Calvin Klein; Champion; Converse; Crosshatch; Davidoff; Dead Legacy; Diesel; DKNY; Dunlop; Emporio Armani; Jaded; Lacoste; Levis; Moschino; Replay; SoulCal; Ted Baker; Tommy Hilfiger; Vans; Wrangler

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Sixth Floor, Academy House, 36 Poland Street, London W1F 7LU
Head Office Telephone: 0344 245 9200
Website:
PR Company:

Sports Direct Group handles PR in-house for USC.

Niamh Orton-Luckett - PR Specialist
07824 824854
nluckett@hof.co.uk

Penny Watson - Group Head of Communications
07951 604390
penelope.watson@sportsdirect.com

Key Locations:

150-154 Oxford Street,
London, W1D 1ND

93 Churchill Square,
Brighton, BN1 2EB

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Mike Ashley (Sports Direct)

Design Director: Kristopher Babet (Head of Concept)
Marketing Director: Vincent Smith
Head of HR: Sharon Goodman
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