The sporting goods manufacturer filed court documents on September 13, claiming the club defaulted on its contractual obligation for purchased goods or services. The company is demanding the entire balance of the contract, $27,367.64, as well as payment of the court fees incurred by the legal action.
Nike USA, Inc. is suing Huntsville (Ala.) Country Club for what Nike says is a breach of contract, the Huntsville (Ala.) WHNT 19 News reported.
In court documents filed September 13, Nike claims that Huntsville Country Club defaulted on its obligation to Nike for purchased goods or services and is demanding the entire balance of the contract to be paid in full, to the amount of $27,367.64, WHNT reported.
Nike is also asking for the court fees incurred by the legal action against Huntsville Country Club, WHNT reported.
The information about what goods or services were provided by Nike were not immediately available, WHNT reported.
The report did not indicate whether an effort to contact the club’s management was made.
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