Sales boost from return of concerts, rodeos ‘still in front of us’


Boot Barn President and CEO Jim Conroy told CNBC on Tuesday that the Western-lifestyle retailer has yet to experience the full benefits of the U.S. economy reopening from pandemic-era disruptions.

In an interview on “Power Lunch,” Conroy said the return of concerts and rodeos, as well as county and state fairs, will surely lift Boot Barn’s sales in the coming months. However, the executive said it’s not the sole reason for recent strong results.

“On our most recent earnings call, we called out growth over two years ago up 60% in total sales, and that’s really prior to all the country music artists starting to tour again, and the events and rodeos beginning to emerge,” Conroy said. “All of…


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