Sears Weekly Ad Circular, valid April 21 – April 27, 2019. View Sears This Week Ad best deals, and sale on: Kenmore French Door Refrigerators – Stainless Steel; Keurig Brewing Systems; Kenmore Self-Cleaning Electric Range – Stainless Steel; Kenmore Elite Built-In Dishwashers – Stainless Steel; Kenmore Progressive Canister Vacuum Cleaner; Dyson V6 Motorhead Cordless Vacuum; […]
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Sears Black Friday Sale Ad 2018 – Kenmore 27.6-cu. ft. French Door Refrigerator. Sears Black Friday Sales – Store Hours: from 6PM on Thanksgiving Day until 1PM on Black Friday. You can shop online all weekend. Some Sears Black Friday Doorbusters: $949.99 Kenmore 27.6-cu. ft. French Door Refrigerator; $19.99 LEE Womens Straight Leg Jeans; $279.99 Tradition […]
Featured offers in this week ad: $199.99 Craftsman 311-Piece Mechanics Tool Set with 75 Tooth Ratchets; $99.99 Craftsman 230-Piece Silver Finish Standard and Metric Mechanic’s Tool Set; $18.99 Craftsman 17 pc. Screwdriver Set; $12.99 Craftsman 100-PC Accessory Kit; $37.99 Craftsman Micro-Clicker Torque Wrench 3/8″ Drive; $99.99 Craftsman 19.2 Volt Drill Driver with 2 Lithium-Ion Batteries; […]
Weekly Sears Sale Ad Best Deals: $549.99 Kenmore 41122 3.9 cu. ft. Front-Load Washer – White; $499.99 Kenmore 13543 24″ Built-In Dishwasher w/ PowerWave Spray Arm – Stainless Steel; $1399.99 Kenmore 70343 27.2 cu. ft. French Door Refrigerator – Stainless Steel; $497.99 Kenmore 94173 5.3 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Electric Range – Stainless Steel; $179.00 Serta […]
Featured offers in this Sears sale ad valid 2/7-2/10/2016: $429.99 Kenmore 25132 4.3 cu. ft. Top Load Washer w/ Exclusive Triple Action Impeller – White; $429.99 Kenmore 65132 7.0 cu. ft. Electric Dryer w/ SmartDry Plus Technology – White; $497.99 Kenmore 94173 5.3 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Electric Range – Stainless Steel; $399.99 Kenmore 12413 24″ […]
Sears is an American multinational mid-range department store chain headquartered in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. The official name of Sears is Sears, Roebuck & Co. The company was founded by Richard Warren Sears and Alvah Curtis Roebuck in 1893 as a mail order catalog. In 1925 it began opening physical stores. It was formerly a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average before being bought out by Kmart, forming the Sears Holdings Corporation in early 2005. As of 2005, its main rivals are JCPenney, Belk and Macy’s. Montgomery Ward was a former rival until 2000.
The first Sears retail store opened in Chicago on February 2, 1925 in the Merchandise building (in a portion of the company’s headquarters at Homan Avenue and Arthington Street). This store included an optical shop and a soda fountain. The first freestanding retail store opened October 5, 1925 in Evansville, Indiana. During the summer of 1928, three more Chicago department stores opened, one on the north side at Lawrence and Winchester, a second on the south side at 79th and Kenwood, and the third at 62nd and Western. In 1929, Sears took over the department store business of Becker-Ryan Company. In 1933 Sears tore down the old Becker-Ryan Company store in Englewood, and built the first windowless department store, inspired by the 1932 Chicago World’s Fair.
From the 1920s to the 1950s, Sears built many urban department stores. Starting in the 1950s, the company expanded into suburban markets, and malls in the 1960s and 1970s. In 1959, it had formed the Homart Development Company for developing malls. Many of the company’s stores have undergone major renovations or replacement since the 1980s. The company was the largest retailer in the US until the early 1980s, but had dropped significantly in rankings by the time it merged with Kmart.
Sears began to diversify in the 1930s, adding Allstate Insurance Company in 1931 and placing Allstate representatives in its stores in 1934. Over the decades it established major national brands, such as Kenmore, Craftsman, DieHard, Silvertone, Supertone, and Toughskins.
In 1993, Sears stopped production of its general merchandise catalog because of sinking sales and profits. Sears Holdings continues to produce specialty catalogs and reintroduced a smaller version of the Holiday Wish Book in 2007.
If you are interested in knowing more about the company, its statements, products, and special offers or discounts, please visit www.sears.com
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