Will significantly exceed Q2 revenue. The reason Q2 was lower than people wanted was because of the consolidation that was finishing up throughout most of Q2. Now that footholds are set in key markets we will see growth in Q3. People are way too impatient. Flipping a business is not like flipping a house, it can't be rushed or done any way except the right way. Sales will grow. It is not like stores stopped wanting to sell Jones, it is that Jones took itself out of those situations. The product is still in demand. Have patience, I think Jennifer Cue is a little wiser than 100% of people posting in this message board. The next two weeks is the last chance to buy in at these prices, don't let it pass you buy.
You raise a good issue. Traditionally Q3 is slightly lower than Q2. Given recent price action and recent Q2 results, I think many are waiting for the winter/spring to add and are leery about continued negative yoy comparisons. This sets the stage for surprise. If Q3 is equal to Q2 it would result in first Q of yoy revenue growth (or at least mark the end to yoy double digit rev declines). I believe this is possible as sales initiatives gained traction during summer. If so then I believe this will be the beginning of a trend of yoy revenue growth.