Black Friday at Sears
Sears offers a reasonably priced department store option, often found in local malls. With thousands of shops worldwide, prices are at their most rock-bottom fantastic during the store’s annual Black Friday sale following Thanksgiving each fall.
The store publishes an advertisement featuring hundreds of special deals. Doorbusters, available in short-supply to the first shoppers in the door, often include highly desirable items at a fraction of their regular retail cost.
Unique deals on tools, lawn equipment, and jewelry set Sears apart from similar department stores during the holiday season. The stores is known for their high-quality Craftsman tool selection, often available at a great discount during the holidays and featuring an incredible warranty. This makes the shop a great stop for anyone seeking tools and equipment for dad or other crafty friends and family.
Sears stores are often part of larger mall or outlets, offering customers a buffet of Black Friday shopping to devour without ever having to return to the car. Shops like JC Penney, Dillards, and Macys are often within indoor walking distance. Like many modern stores, Sears also offers a "Shop Your Way" rewards subscription program for customers. This program offers a bevy of additional bonus deals for shoppers during Black Friday and all year long. This includes a wide selection of online and printed coupons designed only for members. Consumers who subscribe to Sears’s Discover credit cards also receive a number of special discount deals throughout the year.
Although traditional Sears’s stores do not carry a wide selection of toys in their brick and mortar shops, during the holidays a special selection of top-selling toys is brought in for customers to peruse. This gives Sears’s consumers just one more thing to enjoy while visiting the shopping mecca.
Sears is a multi-billion dollar retail company headquartered in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. The company was originally founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1893 by Richard Warren Sears and Alvah Curtis Roebuck as a mail-order catalogue. At the time this was a very popular way of retail sales. Since that time it has grown to include more than 2,000 stores.
Until being surpassed by Walmart in the late 1980’s, Sears was the long-term, number one department store in the United States. Today Sears is the fourth leading department store in retail sales and 12-th largest retailer in the United States.
Sears shoppers are treated to a variety of items including home goods, appliances, clothing, electronics, jewelry, and tools. Sears stores are currently part of a much larger fleet of retailers under the parent company of Sears Holdings. Kmart, Sears Essentials, Sears Outlet, Land’s End, and Sears Grands are included in this list of successful retail outlets. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sears