WSS is an athletic specialty footwear retailer in the U.S. doing business in neighborhood-based stores. Consumers trust WSS for the best brands, greatest values and largest selection of athletic, work, dress, fashion and casual footwear for the entire family. Our large store format enables us to showcase thousands of styles from top name brands like Nike, Jordan, Vans, Adidas, Converse, Reebok, Puma, Fila, Timberland, Skechers, etc. In addition, WSS carries quality private brands augmenting the breadth of selection to deliver amazing value to our customers. Founded in Southern California in 1984 by entrepreneur Eric Alon, all WSS stores feature a unique retail format that displays every style and size allowing customers to browse on their terms, in a hassle-free environment, engaging the friendly and knowledgeable sales staff when they choose. The success of this business model has allowed WSS to continue its rapid expansion into new markets.
WSS / Eurostar, Inc.
879 W 190th St, Gardena, CA 90248
CategoryOther Retail Stores
At Eurostar, it’s in our nature to care for the environment. We’ve been the greener alternative to flying since 1994. And we’re still just as passionate about looking after the planet. From reducing paper ticketing to cutting down on single-use plastic, we’re serious about sustainability in everything we do. Take a look at a few of the ways we’re making a difference. For COP26, we are calling on world leaders and governments to give rail a more central role in tackling climate change as rail is the most sustainable mode of motorised transport today, already avoiding million of tons of CO2. We’re committed to switching entirely to renewable energy to run our trains by 2030. Today, we already use 100% wind energy to power our trains in the Netherlands. We’ve joined the UN’s Race to Zero, which means we’re committed to setting targets to reduce our emissions in line with climate science. All of our work on sustainability will be influenced by these targets. In the UK, we turn our Business Premier food waste into fertiliser for local farmland. This process also creates a gas that’s then converted into electricity.