Solo Brands generates 53 percent increase in Q2 sales


Solo Brands, a direct-to-consumer-focused company that currently owns four lifestyle brands, reported a 53 percent increase in second-quarter earnings to $136.0 million from $88.7 million for the period ended June 30. The revenue gain was driven by acquired businesses and higher DTC and wholesale channel revenues. DTC sales rose 63 ...

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