USA: Casual Male Retail Eyes 11 Per Cent Growth In 5 Years
It expects to see store count grow by 5-7 per cent over this period, with Chicago, New York and San Francisco topping the list of locations.
The details are laid out in an investor presentation posted on its Web site this week.
Casual Male expects to post revenue of about $340 million for the year ending 28 January, and to end the year with about 475 stores.
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