Sketchers Sees COVID-19 Sales Dip

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Skechers USA Inc. announced financial results for the second quarter, revealing a 42% decrease in sales but a 428.2% increase in company-owned e-commerce sales. Sales in China also grew 11.5%.

“Skechers, like most businesses around the world, has never faced a more challenging time than during the pandemic, which caused the closing of nearly every market worldwide,” stated Robert Greenberg, chief executive officer of Skechers. “COVID-19 continues to be a serious concern globally, and the health and welfare of our team, partners and customers remain our number one priority. In the face of this on-going challenge, I am extremely proud of our company. We are a resilient organization driven by a dedicated and flexible team determined to do what it takes to not only survive but position ourselves for a return to profitability. Now, with more than 90% of our Skechers stores safely re-opened and some markets in the early stages of recovery, we believe that we will remain a brand consumers and retailers trust to deliver comfort, quality and style. We are hopeful that global economies will continue to improve, and as they do, we will continue to operate efficiently and judiciously during this pandemic.”

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