Kmart Weekly Ad
In the US, grocery supermarkets, pharmacies, home improvement and other retail stores publish limited time savings, coupons and deals in store every week (bi-week or month). You can typically find these flyers in the store near the entrance. You may also find flyers retailers’ website. You can visit Kmart website to view the weekly ad.
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S. S. Kresge, the founder of the company that would become Kmart, met variety-store pioneer Frank Winfield Woolworth while working as a traveling salesman and selling to all 19 of Woolworth's stores at the time. In 1897 Kresge invested $6,700 saved from his job into a five-and-dime store in Memphis, Tennessee. He jointly owned the first store with his former tinware customer, John McCrory. Kresge and McCrory added a second store in downtown Detroit the following year. These were the first S.S. Kresge stores. After two years of partnership, he traded McCrory his share in the Memphis store, plus $3,000, for full ownership of the Detroit store, and formed the Kresge & Wilson Company with his brother-in-law, Charles J. Wilson.
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