Only up 1/3. And they're attributing costs to retirement of the debt - doesn't sound like good accounting at all! Accounts receivable is more than 3 months of sales - again, customers aren't paying them. And the sales, as I said, are slowing.
They're still only making about $3 per store per day - not good at all!
37% gains on top of what we've already seen is an excellent improvement! 6 months ago revenues were $800-$900k now they are at $2.2M, I'd say virtually any other business in the country would love to see that type of growth
If revenues are increasing then sales are not slowing.
I haven't been able to find the earnings release yet online (although I just looked real quick a minute ago), so I'm basing my numbers off of what others are posting.