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American Apparel Sees 14% Increase In Q1 Sales

Fashion apparel retailer American Apparel, Inc. (APP) Wednesday reported preliminary first-quarter results, wherein total net sales increased an estimated 14 percent to $132.7 million.

Comparable store sales for the quarter increased an estimated 15 percent and wholesale net sales increased an estimated 17 percent.

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