Men’s Wearhouse (NASDAQ National Market System Symbol: MENS) today said that consolidated sales (excluding sales from its C&R stores, US based Moores stores, and Suitmax stores) for the four and seventeen weeks ended May 27, 2000 increased 12.0 percent and 12.7 percent, respectively, over the prior comparable periods. Including sales from those stores, consolidated sales for the four and seventeen weeks ended May 27, 2000 increased 10.7 percent to $100.4 million (over $90.7 million) and 11.1 percent to $388.3 million (over $349.6 million), respectively. Comparable U.S. store sales for the four weeks ended May 27, 2000 increased 4.5 percent versus an 8.3 percent increase for the four weeks ended May 29, 1999. Year to date 2000 comparable store sales increased 5.1 percent compared with an increase of 6.3 percent for year to date 1999. The company’s comparable Canadian (Moores Clothing for Men) store sales for the four weeks ended May 28, 2000 increased 6.0 percent versus a 5.4 percent decrease in the four weeks ended May 30, 1999. Year to date comparable store sales for the seventeen weeks ended May 28, 2000 decreased 2.2 percent compared with a decrease of 6.2 percent for the year to date 1999.