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New-look Sears

New-look Sears: Sears Campbell River has completed their transformation and the new look Sears is ready to serve the North Island. The ribbon was cut on the new-look store by acting Mayor Larry Samson centre (with scissors) who is flanked by (from left) Andy Schneider (Sears Marketing Sales Manager), Jodi Quibell, Gladys Hrechuk, Don Burnett (Senior Director of Business Development), Gail Folliott, Rick Roberge, Norm Potoski (Sears Hometown Dealer), and Steve Hebb (Sears corporate trainer). The grand opening door prize winners were Anne Roberts ($2,000), Donna McAvany ($1,000) and Tammy Walker ($500). - Photo submitted
New-look Sears: Sears Campbell River has completed their transformation and the new look Sears is ready to serve the North Island. The ribbon was cut on the new-look store by acting Mayor Larry Samson centre (with scissors) who is flanked by (from left) Andy Schneider (Sears Marketing Sales Manager), Jodi Quibell, Gladys Hrechuk, Don Burnett (Senior Director of Business Development), Gail Folliott, Rick Roberge, Norm Potoski (Sears Hometown Dealer), and Steve Hebb (Sears corporate trainer). The grand opening door prize winners were Anne Roberts ($2,000), Donna McAvany ($1,000) and Tammy Walker ($500).
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