(Portland, OR) -- A former Nike marketing manager has been sentenced to nearly three years in federal prison for a scheme to defraud the company. Court documents show 47-year-old Errol Andam was sentenced to 31 months in prison yesterday followed by three years of supervised release. He's also being ordered to pay one-point-six-million dollars in restitution as well as 212-thousand dollars to the IRS. Andam was in charge of "pop-up" retail stores near sports competitions when he carried out the fraud scheme. He pleaded guilty to creating a private company to run the stores and he directed the business to that company.