Sears Hometown Store supports Nevada Union
September 11, 2013
The local Sears Hometown Store located at 129 Idaho-Maryland Road in Grass Valley is proud to announce its support of Nevada Union High School.
Sears has been a longtime supporter of local communities, and the partnership with Nevada Union is an extension of that commitment.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary along with the new partnership, Sears Hometown Store will make an automatic contribution to Nevada Union, and additional contributions will be available to the school through a Touchdown Tuesday and Thursday coupon offer.
Through the Touchdown Tuesday and Thursday offer, fans attending Nevada Union athletic events will receive a coupon valid for a 5 percent discount on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Grass Valley Sears Hometown Store through Nov. 14.
Sears Hometown Store will give the school 5 percent of the purchased amount, offering a great incentive to consumers.
Hometown Stores package all the benefits of the Sears company with the pride and support of local ownership.
By supporting Nevada Union High School, the Grass Valley team can see firsthand the impact of the sponsorship.
The store also offers Sears Nationwide Service and Parts and Installation, and customers can order products online and pick them up in the store without a shipping charge.
The team in Grass Valley can also assist customers with online orders for products not available in store and will ship to the customer for free.
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