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Casual Male CEO sees retail shoe price increases

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Jun 17, 2008

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Casual Male Retail Group Inc will announce a strategy regarding teenagers in July or August, the apparel retailer's chief executive said on Tuesday.

"We have a project we're working on," Chief Executive David Levin told the Reuters Consumer and Retail Summit, adding that the company had no immediate plans to open stores catering exclusively to big and tall teenagers.

"I think it's going to happen, we're just not there right now," he said about the possibility of broadening its store base to include teens. "We do have a strategy, we will be talking about it. It's going to be around July, August."

(For summit blog: summitnotebook.reuters.com/)

(See here for SHOP TALK -- Reuters' retail and consumer blog)

(Reporting by Alexandria Sage, editing by Phil Berlowitz)

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