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I would now like to turn the conference over to Ms. Peggy Riley Tharp. Ma'am, you may begin. Thank you. Good morning and thank you for participating in the Brown Shoe Company Second Quarter 2014 Earnings call, which is being made available to the public via webcast. I'm Peggy Riley Tharp, Vice President of Investor Relations for Brown Shoe Company. In addition, slides are available on our website for you to reference during today's call. Please be aware that today's discussion contains forward looking statements which are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties. Securities and Exchange Commission. Please refer to today's press release and our SEC filings for more information on risk factors and other factors that could impact forward looking statements. Copies of these reports are available online. The company undertakes no obligation to update any information discussed on this call at any time. Joining us on the call today are Diane Sullivan, CEO, President and Chairman; Russ Hammer, Chief Financial Officer, and Rick Ausick, President of Famous Footwear. Today we will begin with a strategy review by Diane followed by a financial summary from Russ before turning the call back over for Q I would now like to turn the call over to Diane Sullivan. Thanks, Peggy and good morning everyone and thanks for joining us today. As we report second quarter earnings of $0.41 per share which is up 17% and ahead of our expectations. Second quarter sales of $636 million were up 2.3% with both Famous Footwear and Wholesale contributing to another successful quarter. This good performance was delivered despite a choppy retail landscape which ranged from a strong May to a more subdued June and then finally in July improving somewhat. Starting with Famous Footwear same store sales were up 1.6% over the 6.8% the team delivered in the second quarter of last year. The lifestyle category as we've been saying for sometime now maintained its hot streak with canvas in particular up 27% as consumers continue to shift to lifestyle versus performance footwear. We've increased our canvas inventory to meet this demand and as a result total Famous Footwear inventory for the second quarter was up 2.5% this was inline with last year's peak and for the third quarter we're already below last year's inventory level. In addition to strong canvas sales in the second quarter we also delivered a very respectable sandal season. We actively managed inventory and resisted promotional activity. As a result, women sandals were up 1.4% in the quarter with July 5.5% improvement helping total spring sales fall in line with last years. We also not only maintained overall sandal margins, but saw an improvement in the quarter. Let's talk a little bit about third quarter and our back to school strategy, very similar to last year we're targeting four components for success. Focusing, on big brand ideas, investing in key product categories, increasing our digital and online advertising, and continuing to focus on our rewards program growth. Our assortment strategy continues to target a more narrow but deep selection of items, which we then focused our back to school marketing efforts around. And not only do we have the top brands in stock, as we always do, we also have exclusive style and colors only available at Famous Footwear. Our omni channel strategy has helped us with these efforts by enabling us to get the word out about these exclusives available only at Famous. For back to school this year, we enhanced our mobile and outreach social outreach in order to remain a key footwear resource for families. We now have nearly one million downloads in less than a year from our Famous Footwear mobile app and that really continues to gain traction and momentum. Our rewards program maintains key for our core customers, and our communications to them during this back to school season are even more personalized, more informative and more connected. And we're maximizing a back to school store traffic to drive participation in our rewards program for the third year in a row. Once again, we expect to add more than one million new members as part of this effort. So while we still have a few weeks of back to school remaining, we're generally pleased with our results. Back to school same store sales are up 1.8% following a 5.6% improvement in back to school sales last year and 5.5% in 2012. So all in another good quarter delivered by Famous. Now turning to our wholesale operations, where second quarter sales of a $194.3 million were up 7.7% with a solid majority of our brands contributing. Star performers included Via Spiga, Vince, Dr. Scholl's and Sam Edelman with each of at least double digits. At Sam we had another great quarter up double digits with strong sell throughs, and next month we will be opening Sam's second store in Beverly Hills. We also launched apparel at the end of the second quarter for fall, and while still early, the outlook is very good. Without a doubt, as we shared with you at our Investor Day, the brand is performing extremely well and we're on track with our strategic plan for the growth of this brand. For Vince sales were up significantly with all major department stores reporting double digit sales growth. Vince brand has seen explosive growth and is setting a strong aesthetic and design pace from the marketplace. The result is great products spread across key trends categories, such as modern dress shoes, upfront block heels, sneakers, sport sandals, and espadrilles. During the quarter we also launched men's in 50 doors, and these sales have had a similar clean and understated luxury feel as our women's line does. The Via Spiga turnaround continues. And that was because we really elevated an on trend product that delivered higher AURs lower allowances and fewer closed outs. We have a lot more planned for this brand as we move forward, with new imaging, a new website and a whole lot of other refreshes planned as we move into 2015. Dr. Scholl's delivered another good quarter despite spotty women's sandal sales offset by growth in flats and athletic styles. Men's which account for approximately 40% of Scholl's sales, did especially well in sandals, and with casual and sport leisure styles as well. At Naturalizer sales were lower as we operated fewer retail stores versus a year ago. And due to retail promotions for sandal across all channels in both June and July there were fewer re orders for Naturalizer sandals. So for the quarter in our wholesale business operating margin improved to 9.9%. This 540 basis point improvement helped contribute to our 4.9% consolidated operating margin rates up a 120 basis points, as we continued to drive toward our long term goal of 8%. I'm very pleased with our growth so far this year and in the second quarter. The solid foundation that we've built over the last several years are really going to enable us to maintain our progress against our long term targets, and importantly, allow us to continue to deliver shareholder value as we report another good year in 2014. With that I'd now like to turn the call over to Russ for review of our overall financials and a little more detail around our guidance. Thanks, Diane. And thank you, everyone, for joining us on both the call and the webcast. We appreciate it. Although Diane briefly reviewed our results, I'd like to add a little more color for the second quarter we reported net sales of $635.9 million up 2.3% versus $621.7 million in 2013. Second quarter net earnings of $18.1 million or $0.41 per diluted share were up 17.1% over the $15.4 million or $0.35 we reported last year. At Famous Footwear, we improved our trailing 12 month revenue per square foot to $212, as we closed our relocated 16 stores in the quarter and opened 17. We're operating 24 fewer stores versus this time last year, and we currently expect to open approximately 50 stores in 2014 and close roughly 60. Let's turn to a review of our financial metrics now. Overall, gross margin in the second quarter was 40.8% which was down 20 basis points over the last year. SG as a shared revenue was 35.9% which improved by a 130 basis points year over year as we continue to leverage our expense base and see the benefit of our cost management actions. Inventory at quarter end was $657.7 million up 6.8% over the last year's second quarter wholesale inventory was up 22.9% at the quarter end driven by Sam Edelman as consumer demand continues to increase for this brand. At Famous Footwear inventory was up 2.5% in line with last year's back to school inventory build. Our corporate tax rate was 31.4% for the quarter, net interest expense of $5 million was down 1.8% in the quarter. Cash and equivalents for the quarter were $46.9 million as we continue to build our cash position back up following our February acquisition of Franco Sarto for $65 million in cash. We ended the quarter with no borrowings against our revolving credit agreement, down $23 million year over year, we also improved our debt to capital ratio to 28.1% from 34.2% last year. Before we begin Q I would like to review our fiscal 2014 guidance. First to account for a better than anticipated second quarter, we're raising our annual guidance range to $1.50 to $1.60. As a result, we now expect our consolidated net sales of $2.58 billion to $2.60 billion, same store sales at Famous up low single digits and inline with year to date performance, specialty retail sales down mid single digits due to store closures. Net sales at wholesale operations up mid to high single digits as we're encouraged by the strength of our fourth quarter orders, gross margin up approximately 10 basis points. SG of $929 million and $30 million with continued leverage, net interest expense of $20 million to $21 million and an effective tax rate of 32% to 34%. Depreciation and amortization of $51 million to $54 million and capital expenditures of $55 million to $60 million. For the third quarter, while we're generally pleased with the back to school selling season to date, we are seeing slower growth versus last year. As a result we expect third quarter EPS to be a mid to high single digits year over year. As always, we will continue to update you with our progress against our expectations. With that operator, we would be happy to answer all questions. (Operator Instructions) Our first question will come from the line of Jeff Stein with Northcoast Research. Please go ahead. Jeff Stein Northcoast Research Good morning, guys. Couple of questions. First of all, Franco Sarto. Diane, you didn't mention how that business performed, so I'm just curious if you could give us an update there. And then, question for Russ. It looks like you guys are doing a great job in wholesale in driving higher gross margins, but it looks like the real uplift, both in first and second quarter, has been from lower SG expenses in that business segment. And I'm wondering if you could talk us through your thinking about the outlook for the back half of the year in terms of the SG Because it looks like SG dollars were down about 7.5% in the second quarter in wholesale, after being down just 2.5% in Q1. So, stop there and love to hear what you have to say?

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All 4 of us made with the "OUCH!" and squirm combo reaction as we watched her feeble attempt to keep her balance and eventually stumbled on a rack of clothes that fell on an unsuspecting customer. "And here I thought I was the Queen of Clumsiness. Ms. Clumsy pants just took away that crown from me." I said, snickering. We tried not to laugh. Well, the operative word was "Tried". "At least she was brave. Ms. Supermodel should've known better." Grace added, covering her mouth to keep from laughing out loud. "And that's why I won't wear one while shopping." Ces pointed out while wiping the bits of tears from her eyes. "I don't want to hurt anyone." Nike Air Foamposite One Shooting Stars WASHINGTON Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour, saying he doesn't have the full fire in his belly to set aside the next ten years to a presidential campaign and two possible terms, today said he won't run for president in 2012. 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Much further down the road,Pawlenty will be on a short list of candidates seriously vying for Barbour's endorsement, and there are some connections between the two. They worked together at the Republican Governors Association, and Pawlenty's campaign manager, Nick Ayers, was the head of that organization under Barbour's chairmanship. Also on that staff connection front, though slightly more tenuously, Barbour's (now former) campaign manager was Rob Collins, who used to head up the American Action Network alongside former Sen. Norm Coleman, who in turn is strongly backing Pawlenty. Update:Pawlenty is the first GOP 2012 candidate out of the gate with a statement on Barbour, in which he makes sure to note the "privilege" he had of serving as vice chairman of the RGA under Barbour. 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