Buoyed by the strength of the off-road vehicle category, and with confidence in our new model year ’13 product offerings, we are again raising our full-year sales and earnings guidance. Despite a soft and potentially slowing U.S. economy, we expect a positive reaction to the outstanding lineup we’ll introduce in next week’s dealer meeting. New products and process improvement should contribute to market share gains and margin enhancement throughout the remainder of the year. We are lowering second half expectations for our EMEA business, although they should still surpass 2011 results.Growth in Asia Pacific Latin America is steady, and international sales overall will be solidly positive for the second half. We are increasing our full-year sales guidance for the entire company to up 14 to 17% over 2011. Coupling this sales growth with productivity gains and relaxing commodity pressure, we now anticipate full-year earnings per share in the $4.05 to $4.15 range, up 27 to 30% over 2011.
Polaris Industries' CEO Discusses Q2 2012 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
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