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“Ed Stack is a giant in our industry…[his] story is not only entertaining but will be of great

value to any entrepreneur.― —Phil Knight, founder of Nike and New York TimesÂ

bestselling author of Shoedog“As this surprisingly inspiring book makes clear,

organizations canâ€t grow to a large size unless thereâ€s a unifying vision, a common DNA

that is present in even the most far-flung outposts. Itâ€s an extraordinarily difficult feat, this task

of migrating your values outward and making them stick—but against all odds Ed Stack seems to

have pulled it off. Heâ€s a remarkable leader, and Itâ€s How We Play the Game is a

remarkable book.― —Indra Nooyi, former Chairman and CEO of PepsiCo“Leadership is

doing the right thing when it isnâ€t popular or easy.  Ed Stack, as this powerful book makes

clear, has been that kind of leader.  We can all learn from his example.― —Mark Kelly, former

combat pilot, NASA astronaut, and coauthor, with Gabrielle Giffords, of Enough: Our Fight

to Keep America Safe from Gun Violence“In Itâ€s How We Play the Game, Ed Stack

makes the compelling case that leading with the values of sports—like hard work, teamwork and

selflessness—matters in business, and most of all, society.― —Adam Silver, NBA

Commissioner“Ed Stack's story—told with honesty and a deep sense of corporate

responsibility—shows that you can build a great business and stand up for what you believe in.―

—Michael Bloomberg, Founder of Bloomberg LP and Three-Term Mayor of New York City

“Ed Stack has created one of the greatest retail emporiums…As this book shows, he is an

entrepreneur, corporate steward, and leader of an engaged workforce, but first and foremost, he is

always thinking about his customers.― —John Idol, Chairman and CEO of Michael Kors

“Demonstrates the valuable lessons taught by participating in sports….Ed hasnâ€t just

made a difference for his employees and customers. He has been an important partner with Little

League Baseball and many individual teams throughout the country…In our society, itâ€s not

just the people on the field who inspire, itâ€s leaders like Ed Stack—men and women who

bend down to lift people up.― —Rob Manfred, Commissioner of Baseball“An aweinspiring

story of overcoming obstacles…If there were more people like Stack running companies,

the world would be a better place.― —Jimmy Dunne, Senior Managing Principal of Sandler

Oâ€Neill & Partners“Paints a fascinating picture of a man who is a fulfilled

leader…Stackâ€s name should be on the impressive roll call of men and women whose will to

compete, and success in doing so, offers inspiration and wisdom.― —Jay Monahan,

Commissioner of the PGA Tour“In Itâ€s How We Play the Game, Stack demonstrates that


heâ€s playing a different game than other retailers, moving past all the clichés about ‘giving

back†and turning his support of local communities into a kind of killer app….Few recent

business books are as well-told or as rich in takeaways.― —Jim Rohr, former Chairman of

PNC Financial Services Group Ed Stack is the Chairman and CEO of DICKâ€s Sporting

Goods. Born in Binghamton, New York, he now lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with his wife,

Donna. Itâ€s How We Play the Game is his first book. See all Editorial Reviews

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