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Is your local Sears or Kmart closing in 2017?

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Sears Holdings closing over 100 Kmart stores, including one in Southwest Bakersfield

Sears Holdings closing over 100 Kmart stores, including one in Southwest Bakersfield*/

– BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – The Kmart store in Southwest Bakersfield at 3600 Wilson Road is set to close this spring.Sears Holdings announced the closure of 78 Kmart stores and 26 Sears stores Wednesday.The company announced back on December 27, 2016 that they were closing 30 Kmart stores and 16 Sears stores.
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Kmart closing in Elmwood; Sears to leave Gretna store

Kmart closing in Elmwood; Sears to leave Gretna store*/

– The Kmart store in the Elmwood Shopping Center and the Sears store in Gretna are among the locations parent company Sears Holdings announced will be closing.More than 100 more sites across the country will be going out of business, the company said Wednesday (Jan. 4).”Many of these stores have struggled with their financial performance for years and we have kept them open to maintain local jobs and in the hopes that they would turn around.
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Sears closing in Cortana Mall, Kmart closing in Gonzales company says

Sears closing in Cortana Mall, Kmart closing in Gonzales company says*/

– Sears closing in Cortana Mall, Kmart closing in Gonzales company saysBATON ROUGE – A Kmart store in Gonzales and a Sears store in Baton Rouge will close in the spring, the Sears Holdings company announced Wednesday.The Kmart store is located on South Airline Highway in Gonzales and the Sears store in Cortana Mall.According to the company, the locations are just two of 150 stores closing this spring.
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Is your local Sears or Kmart closing in 2017?

Is your local Sears or Kmart closing in 2017?*/

– Sears Holdings (SHLD) is turning to its billionaire CEO Edward Lampert for a financial lifeline that could be worth as much as $500 million.This comes as the cash-strapped retailer prepares to shutter 30 more stores and unloads assets to conserve cash amid growing doubts about its viability.The letter of credit arranged through Lampert’s ESL Investments and Citibank (C) indicates that Lampert, who put together the 2005 merger that placed the Sears and Kmart chains into one holding company, hasn’t lost faith in his plan to turn around the 123-year-old retailer.
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