6 Sears Hometown stores closing across Alabama—liquidation sales under way

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Liquidation sales are under way. (Jaffe Communications)

Over 100 Sears Hometown stores across the country are closing and offering liquidation sales on approximately $40 million inventory including riding lawnmowers, washers, dryers, refrigerators, power tools and much more. Keep reading for more details and where the stores are located in Alabama.

These Alabama locations are closing

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Six Alabama locations are closing. (Jaffe Communications)

Liquidation sales are underway at these six Sears Hometown locations in Alabama:

  • Anadalusia
    • 204 West Bypass, Andalusia AL 36420
  • Selma
    • 2908 Citizens Parkway, Selma AL 36701
  • Oneonta
    • 1908 2nd Ave. E., Oneonta AL 35121
  • Jackson
    • 4435 College Ave, Jackson AL 36545
  • Enterprise
    • 621 Boll Weevil Circle Suite 27, Enterprise AL 36330
  • Foley
    • 3798 S. McKenzie Street, Foley AL 36535

An extraordinary buying opportunity

Sears Hometown
Discounts on in-demand items up to 40% off. (Jaffe Communications)

According to a news release from Tiger Capital Group, this creates a significant buying opportunity for communities across America with discounts as high as 40 percent on in-demand items including:

  • Craftsman socket sets
  • DieHard tool cabinets
  • Eureka vacuum cleaners
  • Honda riding lawnmowers
  • Kenmore washing machines
  • Workpro power tools

“These sales also come at a time of high inflation and continuing supply-chain disruptions, making them all the more relevant for American consumers. The home appliances, tools and other products sold by Sears Hometown are everyday necessities for most households, and with today’s economic environment, every bit helps.”

Siegfried A. Schaffer, Chief Operating Officer, SB360

Shoppers who acquire higher-ticket items such as riding lawn mowers or home appliances will still be able to protect those investments by purchasing an additional, third-party warranty.

Gift cards will continue to be honored during the store-closing sales, which will be conducted during regular business hours.

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Callie Puryear
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