Sears inks deal with military exchanges

Sears Home Services has entered into agreements with three branches of the military to provide delivery and installation services for merchandise sold through their stores in the continental U.S. After success with initial pilots, Sears began the nationwide launch on June 8,  at various Navy, Army, and Air Force Exchanges that sell home improvement services such as siding, windows, cabinet refacing, kitchen remodeling, roofing, carpet, and upholstery cleaning, air duct cleaning and garage door installation and repair.

The agreements involve separate contracts with the Exchange (previously known as the Army and Air Force Exchange Services) and Navy Exchange Services (NEX). 

Sears Home Service, the nation's largest product repair service provider, employs more than 8,600 service technicians and delivers a broad range of retail-related residential and commercial services across all 50 states, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Virgin Islands.  



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