New And Old Brands Propel Phoenix Footwear’S Sales In 2nd Quarter

Thanks in part to its purchase of the Tommy Bahama and Chambers brands in June 2005, Phoenix Footwear Group’s net sales jumped by 127.1 percent to $34.9 million in its 2nd quarter, ended July 1. Acquisitions aside, the group had organic sales growth of 27.4 percent as four of its ...

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