Kmart And Sears Add Stores In MI, WV, IA, LA, WI, And GA To Closings List

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Sears Holdings needs to make some cuts, and has been closing its stores in addition to taking on roommates and cutting back on corporate staff. In addition to the 50 or so store closings that Sears Holdings announced locally at the beginning of the year and the 78 store closings that the company announced two weeks ago, today the news broke that three additional Kmart stores will close in Georgia, Michigan, and West Virginia.

While today Kmart is part of the fading Sears Holdings retail empire, the company began in Michigan, and had its headquarters in the city of Troy for decades. That’s why it’s especially meaningful to longtime fans of the chain when a store in Michigan closes.

All of the following stores will close sometime this summer, with liquidation sales starting in May:

  • Bossier City, LA

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