Corsicana Sears Hometown Store supports Corsicana High School
The local Sears Hometown Store located at 836 W. Seventh Avenue in Corsicana is proud to announce its support of Corsicana High School. Sears is a longtime supporter of the local community and the partnership with Corsicana is an extension of that commitment. Sears Hometown Store will make an automatic contribution to Corsicana and additional contributions will be available to the school through a Tip Off Tuesday coupon offer. Through the Tip Off Tuesday offer, fans attending Corsicana High School athletic events will receive a coupon valid for a 5% discount on Tuesdays at the Corsicana Sears Hometown Store now thru Jan. 29. Sears Hometown Store will give the school 5% of the purchased amount. This offers a great incentive for consumers, especially during the holiday season.
Hometown Stores package all the benefits of the Sears company with the pride and support of local ownership. The team in Corsicana is excited to provide customers with professional advice, exceptional service, and real time price checks to make sure you get the guaranteed lowest price around. The store also offers Sears Nationwide Service and Parts and Installation. In addition, customers can now order product online and pick them up in the store without a shipping charge. The friendly team in Corsicana can also assist customers with on-line orders for products not available in store and will ship to the customer for free. Customers can visit the Corsicana Sears Hometown store to experience the difference provided by a locally owned business.
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