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Bass Pro Shops and Cabela's to combine

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Cabela's is excited to announce an agreement under which Cabela's will combine with Bass Pro Shops.

This transaction will create the truly premier retailer in outdoor sporting goods. Combining our two companies will enhance our ability to serve outdoor enthusiasts with complementary product offerings and an expanded geographic footprint. We are excited about the benefits and opportunities this transaction will provide for our customers and Outfitters.

We're also pleased to announce that Cabela's will enter into a multi-year partnership agreement with Capital One, under which Capital One will exclusively service the Cabela's CLUB Visa card. All Cabela's CLUB points will be unaffected and customers can continue to use their credit cards as they always have.

To read the announcement click here: http://bit.ly/2dqyQPN

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