Crocs expects its third-quarter revenues to rise by about 10 percent as compared to $312.8 million in the third quarter of 2019, thanks to ”exceptional consumer demand and strong sell throughs,” said Andrew Rees, president and chief executive. The U.S. government’s stimulus package fueled demand for its products over the internet through the end of July, and the demand then expanded to brick-and-mortar stores after they reopened. The business should continue to strengthen, Rees added.