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Sears unveils new Dealer Store in Yellowknife, NWT
25
Jul '08
Sears Canada opened a new Dealer Store in Yellowknife, NWT as part of its commitment to offering customers more service, selection and convenience.

The 4,800 sq ft. store is located at 327 Old Airport Road, and is owned and operated by Mr. Dave Lucas and Ms. Michelle Oshiro-Lucas. The new store will house a wide selection of major appliances, mattresses, electronics, fitness and seasonal items, hardware, and lawn and garden products, including Sears exclusive brands Kenmore and Craftsman.

"We are personally committed to accommodating our customers' wants and needs and providing them with an enjoyable and satisfying shopping experience," says Mr. Lucas. "Customers will be delighted with the broad range of top-quality products Sears has provided for the new store."

While the Dealer Store is locally owned and operated, all merchandise sold is supported by Sears satisfaction guarantee, as well as Sears extensive Parts and Service Division, the largest service network in Canada. In addition, the store features Sears and third party credit card acceptance and a Sears Catalogue-Order-Desk.

Sears has installed systems that enable purchases made through the Dealer Store to be reserved immediately and delivery dates arranged according to each customer's preference.

"We've come up with a winning formula for consumers in Yellowknife," says Mr. Lucas, "by combining the national resources of Sears with the local service of your neighbour - truly the best of both worlds in terms of customer service."

The dealer store is open Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and is closed on Sunday.

Sears Canada Inc


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