California Privacy Rights
If you are a California resident and Dick's Sporting Goods (“Dick’s”) customer you have the right to request information from Dick’s regarding the manner in which Dick’s shares certain categories of your personal information with third parties, for the third parties' direct marketing purposes. California law provides that you have the right to submit a request to Dick’s at its designated address and receive the following information:
- The categories of information Dick’s disclosed to third parties for the third parties' direct marketing purposes during the preceding calendar year;
- The names and addresses of third parties that received such information; and
- If the nature of a third party's business cannot be reasonably determined from the third party's name, examples of the products or services marketed.
You are entitled to receive a copy of this information in a standardized format and the information will not be specific to you individually. Dick’s designated email address for such requests is email@example.com
California Proposition 65
The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, also referred to as Proposition 65, is a California initiative to address concerns about exposure to toxic chemicals. Proposition 65 requires warning labels on products that contains certain levels of the 600+ elements that the California Air Resources Board considers a carcinogen or a reproductive toxicant. These elements include lead, brass, PVC and a multitude of other everyday elements. The general Proposition 65 notice is: WARNING: You have purchased an item that contains a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
California Transparency Supply Chain Act
As required under the California Transparency Supply Chain Act, Dick's Sporting Goods (“Dick’s”) is disclosing its efforts to mitigate the risk of slavery and human trafficking in our supply chain.
Dick’s, through its own associates and third parties, assesses its direct supply chain for risks, including slavery and human trafficking. Suppliers of Dick’s private label products must comply with the company’s code of conduct which prohibits suppliers from using forced labor, whether in the form of prison labor, indentured labor, bonded labor or otherwise. In addition, suppliers certify that they are in compliance with the laws in the countries where the suppliers operate. Dick’s, through its own associates and third party audit companies, conducts announced and unannounced audits of these suppliers with regard to compliance with the company’s code of conduct and local laws, including the prohibition on slavery and human trafficking. Suppliers who are in violation of the company’s code of conduct and local law are subject to corrective action plans or termination. Dick’s trains its associates who have responsibility for its direct supply chain on the company’s code of conduct, including the prohibition on slavery and human trafficking and ways to mitigate this risk.