Kirkland's Third-Quarter Sales Rise 4.7 Percent
November 3, 2011,
NASHVILLE, Tenn.-Third-quarter sales for specialty retailer Kirkland's picked up 4.7 percent to finish at $97.1 million, according to a preliminary report from the company.
The results for the quarter, which ended on Oct. 29, included a same-store sales decline of 3.6 percent. Kirkland's opened 13 stores and closed six in the quarter, bringing its total store count to 301.
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