For the first quarter, Kirkland’s posted a net loss on lower sales but e-commerce sales rose as it adapted to the coronavirus pandemic-impacted retail environment.
Kirkland’s has provided an update on store openings, e-commerce sales and its liquidity in light of most states in the company’s store base beginning to lift their stay-at-home orders.
A range of retailers across channels are responding to the coronavirus outbreak with moves to temporarily close their stores, reduce store hours and other consumer and employee oriented initiatives.
Kirkland’s has mutually parted ways with president and chief operating officer, Michael Cairnes. Woody Woodward, the company’s CEO, will add the role of president and will oversee operations in addition to his ongoing responsibilities across merchandising and marketing.