Sears Holdings, corporate parent of Big Box Retailers 1.0 giants Sears and Kmart, is in the process of closing hundreds of its stores. However, the company only releases specific store closing information to local news outlets, according to the Consumerist.com, If you are a local retailer near a Sears or Kmart, here’s a helpful resource from Consumerist.com.  They are updating their list based on what they learn from tracking local news reports. If you know of a closure not on the list, let Consumerist.com know. Here are the closings for the next couple of months.

Upcoming Kmart Closurers

March 2016 |  Honolulu, HI
March 2016 | Lutz and Daytona, Florida
March 2016 | Cleveland, TN
March 2016 | Canton, IL
March 2016 | Daytona Beach, FL
March 2016 | Covington, VA
March 2016 | Florence, Dothan, and Prattville, AL

April 2016 Citrus Heights and Chula Vista, CA
April 2016 | Ottumwa, IA
April 2016 | Mitchell and Pierre, SD
April 2016 | Topeka, KS
April 2016 | Pocatello, ID
April 2016 | Logan, ID
April 2016 | Superior, WI, Virginia, MN, and Ironwood, MI
April 2016 | Steubenville, OH
April 2016 | Cedar Bluff and Virginia Beach, VA
April 2016 | Claypool, VA
April 2016 | Milledgeville, GA
April 2016 | Dublin, GA
April 2016 | Richfield, UT
April 2016 | Florence, AL
April 2016 | Warren, OH
April 2016 | Morton, OH
April 2016 | Bradley, IL

Upcoming Sears Closures

February 2016 | Staten Island Mall, Staten Island, NY  (Auto Center only)

March 2016 | Mount Berry Mall, Rome, GA (Store and Auto Center)

April 2016 | Birchwood Mall, Fort Gratiot, MI (Store and Auto Center)
April 2016 | San Mateo, CA


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