I looked for a way to redact the portions of the email that encourage others to do business with Sears, but it would have undone the full impact of the message.
I have no connection to Sears, and will not benefit in any way if any of you choose to do some Christmas shopping there.
I did a search of articles on FR and didn't find anything on this story. I feel that Sears is exhibiting a high degree of patriotism and love for our troops, and for that, they deserve to be commended.
Great info, thanks, I will do my best to give them some business.
Very cool and yes I will do some Christmas trade with Sears.
I agree-I see it in action everytime I go to Sears-especially now when they are taking donations to support our heros seeing action right now. Best of all...Sears actually DOES IT! I shop there now for more things than just large appliances-that once every 10 years or so thingie-lol.b Hint: They have GREAT candles and picture frames.
I hit the LandsEnd shop in Sears for kids shoes and basics.
Question: Does K-Mart participate in this as well?
That is all fact and I am glad you reminded me of it. IIRC they have had that policy for quite some time and certainly it was noted after 9/11.
And Sears still warantees its non-electrical Craftsman tools for life. Bring the broken one in and walk out with a replacement (my dad did that for years — he was TOUGH on tools).
And I have an appliance service contract with Sears and they are every bit as responsive as they promise. I have gotten service in 1 or 2 days every time I have needed it.
Wilco. Going right after Christmas to buy some exercise equipment. Our bucks will help our son (as well as others)in Afghanistan (and Iraq).
Thanks for the info. Will see what I can do.
I would really, really like if if 0bama’s middle name was “Craftsman”.
Because he’s broken and we need a “no questions asked” replacement.
Sears will get my business from now on.
And Sears actually uses the word ‘Christmas’ in its advertising.
I concur, great info, and thanks.