Casual Male Retail Group repeats loss in Q3; speeds up opening of DXL stores
Canton, Mass. -- Casual Male Retail Group reported Friday a loss of $1.6 million in the third quarter, flat with the prior year’s third quarter.
Sales dipped slightly to $88.7 million from $89 million, and same-store sales inched up 1.5%. However, same-store sales for Destination XL rose 13.8% in the quarter.
"The early success of Destination XL gives us confidence in our plan to accelerate the opening of 225 to 250 DXL stores in major metropolitan areas and to close all of our traditional Casual Male XL locations across the country by the end of 2015," said president and CEO David Levin.