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Kevin Plank Gave NBC’s Willie Geist the ‘Top Secret’ Under Armour Tour

Kevin Plank

Kevin Plank was back on national TV this weekend, as NBC’s Willie Geist visited Under Armour’s new R&D lab in Port Covington.

Under Armour Signs Hometown Champion Boxer Gervonta Davis, Announcing it on I-95


World championship boxer Gervonta Davis, who was born and raised in West Baltimore, will now be greeting travelers coming into or past the city on I-95.

Under Armour Posts its First Ever Loss, But Investors Appear Happy

Under Armour’s headquarters, photo via Wikimedia Commons

For the first time in 11 years as a publicly traded company, Under Armour today posted its first official quarterly loss in operating income. And yet, fallout has been minimal, as the company met its own expectations and exceeded those of some analysts on Wall Street.

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Opens in Fells Point – Without Lead Developer Kevin Plank

Gov. Larry Hogan, Mayor Catherine Pugh and others cut the ribbon at a ceremony opening the new hotel.

Baltimore’s historic Recreation Pier is officially a luxury hotel.

The Former Lead Designer for GM’s Hummer is Under Armour’s New CIO


The innovate athletic wear makers of Locust Point have brought in some outside help from the auto manufacturing industry to lead their product development team.

Under Armour Brings Kevin Carroll, Motivational Speaker, to Baltimore Design School


Last week, Under Armour sponsored a Teacher Collaboration workshop at the Baltimore Design School (BDS), opened in 2011 primarily to provide opportunities for urban youth to pursue an experiential education in the fields of design.

Kevin Plank Addresses Immigration, Investment in Baltimore in Open Letter After Fallout Over Trump

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The last time Kevin Plank took out an ad in the Baltimore Sun, it was to tout the economic viability of a city-backed $660 million investment in his planned redevelopment of Port Covington ahead of a crucial City Council vote. Now, he’s done it again to respond to a wave of backlash he received for voicing support of our new president.