I can't figure out if he perhaps sold his stake in the company. He owned a small percentage. Well, I want to say 5-10% which isn't THAT small. Stupid? No, JR is really big in North America. It is probably smart that they concentrate on that right now as they have grown a lot the last 3 years. Expanding into Europe too soon could prove costly.ND4SPD said:Anybody else find this really screwed up?! Doesn't he own a big part of the company now?!
i believe so because i read it on the Superbike Magazine website!! Alpinestars always had the nice lookin gear.Baketech said:Mommy.....they are calling me a girlie-man again... :whine:
BTW, has this Hayden/A-Stars deal been confirmed?
I thought it was still up in the air....
ID: "We won't pay the price of an international star now since we only market our junk to Americans and Canadians."RaggedEdge said:"Nicky's pursuit of the Moto GP World Championship and our commitment to the AMA series has led us to different directives in the immediate future," said Bruce Parker, Marketing Director for Joe Rocket®. "I would personally like to thank him for his co-operation and friendship. Right now he has some tremendous international opportunities and I hope in the future our fortunes will cross again."