Sales and most other metrics climb for CafePress in Q2

But net loss widened on higher acquisition costs.

Mark Brohan

The second quarter was a pretty good one for web-only T-shirt retailer CaféPress Inc., with solid gains in sales, total orders and paying customers.

For the quarter ended June 30, CaféPress, No. 112 in the 2012 Internet Retailer Top 500 reported: 

“We are encouraged by strong e-commerce trends towards customization coupled with recent initiatives, including expansion of our licensed content relationships, growth in large shops such as those for ABC and National Geographic, new mobile and social functionality and solid performance from our most recent acquisition, Logosportswear.com,” says CEO Bob Marino.

For the first two quarters:


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