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Cache April comparable store sales up 11%

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May '06
Cache Inc, a specialty chain of women's apparel stores with 304 stores open, reported April 2006 sales figures.

Comparable store sales (sales for stores open at least one year or more) increased 11 percent during the four week April 2006 period, as compared to a 3 percent decrease during the same period in 2005.

Total sales for the four week period ended April 29th 2006 increased $2.8 million or 12.1 percent to $26.9 million, as compared to the four week period ended April 30th 2005.

Brian Woolf, Cache's Chairman commented, "We began the second quarter strongly, reporting an 11 percent increase in April comparable store sales. Consumers responded favorably to our assortments across each of our merchandise categories. We correctly interpreted new fashion trends such as in long and short dresses, cropped pants and Bermuda shorts, which provide us with continued momentum as we enter May."

Cache Inc is a nationwide, mall-based specialty retailer of sophisticated, social occasion sportswear and dresses targeting style-conscious women.

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