MENOMONEE FALLS ó Kohlís saw total sales decrease by 1.1
percent during the second quarter of 2014 to $4.242
billion, compared to $4.289 billion in 2013. Year to
date, the company has seen a 2.1 percent decrease in
sales. In comparable stores, sales were down 1.3 percent
during the quarter.
results were largely on par with expectations.
Mansell, Kohlís chairman, president and chief executive
officer, said the company was pleased with sales as the
quarter progressed, particularly in the month of July,
describing the sales as consistently improving.
that the company would be entering the back-to-school
season ďwith fresh, new inventory and encouraging
particular, Mansell highlighted luggage, electrics,
childrenís as strong areas for the company during the
Kohlís would be adding Izod and Juicy Courture in
September and would be piloting a buy online, pick up in
store program in 100 stores this fall.
said the mid-Atlantic, northeast, southeast and west
regions outperformed store averages, but the midwest and