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Sears Hometown Store in Blanco has New Owner
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 • Posted October 18, 2013

Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores, Inc. (NASDAQ: SHOS) is pleased to announce that the Sears Hometown Store located at 111 A Blanco Ave, in Blanco has a new store owner of record. The Grand Re-Opening Celebration event is October 18-19. The store will welcome the community with an additional discount off almost everything in the store plus special giveaways. Sears Hometown Stores provide customers with access to a full suite of merchandise and services with the pride and support of local ownership. “We are delighted to have Linda [Kuykendall] and her team serving customers in Blanco and the surrounding communities”, says Troy Loots, District Sales Manager – Sears Hometown Stores. “They have a knowledgeable team in place with the focus on providing customers with great products, exceptional customer service, and a wonderful store experience.”

The Sears Hometown Store located in Blanco is the only place in town where customers can find an incredible selection of the top appliance brands such as Kenmore, Maytag, KitchenAid, Whirlpool, Bosch, Frigidaire, and GE, plus a large assortment of lawn and garden equipment, Craftsman tools, mattresses, and more!

The Blanco Sears Hometown team is excited to provide customers with professional advice, exceptional service, and real time price checks to make sure customers get the guaranteed lowest price around. In addition, customers can order most products online and pick them up in the store without a shipping charge. The friendly team in Blanco can also assist customers with online orders for products sold by Sears not available in store and will ship to the customer for free. Additionally, the store offers Sears Nationwide Service and Parts and Installation.

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