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The two men later signed a contract with the Onitsuka on behalf of "Blue Ribbon Sports Company" on the purchase of 1000 Tiger brand shoes. They sold their shoes on the site of the General Assembly. In a year of time, Knight sold $ 8,000 shoes. He then resigned from that work, and imported more shoes. Knight hired a few sales staff, who are like minded runners, BRS Company just gave them the job opportunities, so that they can have a good income, but also enjoy the fun of running. Bowerman design a pair of shoes called Cortez, which is lighter and sent them to Onitsuka company. Cortez became a top selling point in the track field. In a total, BRS has sold more than $ 1 million pairs of shoes till the year of 1969. However, due to the long term over reliance on Onitsuka Japanese companies, they also began to worry that the relationship may change. Later, this fear turned into reality, Japan began looking for more wholesalers, and threatened to suspend cooperation. Knight thinks it's time to solve new challenge. After the termination of cooperation, Knight found one Exeter factory and cooperated with a trading company to provide them credit financing. They take the "Nike" (the ancient Greek goddess of victory, which is called the Nike) as the company's new name. A fat Tick symbol designed by a local female student Caroline Davidson, become a new landmark for Nike. Only a purely decorative function, however, the "Swoosh" (means "wind flying past"), which is Nike's nickname, has become the world's most famous symbol, but also for the success of Nike, a great tribute. Nike's business has spread all over the world on about six continents. The total number of employees reached 22,000 people, with the company's shippers, retailers, and other personnel service close to 1 million people. Nike has always inspired the world for every athlete and offers the best products as a glorious task. Nike's language is the language of movement. 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Be the hottest ice queen on the dance floor, with heels reminiscent of Superman's icicle palace or maybe sharp teeth and broken mirrors. Either way, you'll be mistaken for some sort of sado masochist and only the very strong alpha male (or possibly a hideously subservient one) will approach you. Good for getting rid of wimps and geeks, they just won't go near these because they're too much for one sentence. Verdict: Wear in an ice storm, in an igloo hotel, on a dancefloor if you don't want to pick up much, or if you're chasing after Kryptonite. 2. Cowgirl HeelsIf men call you a cow, they can wear it in the teeth with your new hooves. Made from real hooves and fur, you can take revenge on behalf of all cows ever made into hamburgers. Give him a clop to the nose to teach him a lesson, and if he gets up from the ground, you can always fire the heel gun at him. Pair with a furry cowgirl skirt and a rodeo hat for good effect. You can always store the bullets in your bra or on a necklace around your neck. Verdict: Wear these if you want to teach men a lesson they probably deserve. 3. Mafia Funeral Halloween OxfordsI know many men who would love to wear these, simply for the interesting footprints left behind. Perfect for Halloween, funerals and Mafia meetings, you'll love the way you can add new gold teeth as old teeth drop off or get kicked out. It's also really interesting the way that walking around in greenery and brownery will make the teeth look realistically decayed. Dog poo never looked so good! Verdict: These shoes are ideal for killing rodents with just be sure the guts don't stick between the teeth, otherwise you'll have to floss. 4. Human Hair HeelsDesigned in Sweden, from the plaits of 45 year old deceased Swedish milk maids, these heels have hilltop maiden written all over them! Wear with a red chequered plaid skirt, blue cape and long plaits of your own to assist the overall intended design. 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