Under Armour was founded by a former University of Maryland football captain in his grandmother's basement. The company now sells three gearlines of apparel—HEATGEAR, COLDGEAR, and ALLSEASONGEAR—and a variety of athletic footwear and accessories. This is a direct investment in Under Armour stock.
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