As the retail landscape continues to change, we are making changes of our own. For our Danbury Sears store, this meant that we would continue to serve the community, but with a smaller footprint. On Saturday, July 2, Sears celebrated the grand re-opening of our Danbury store which showcased a new smaller store layout assorted to better serve the needs of our members and improve our in-store shopping experience.
Business, municipal and government dignitaries from the city, state and federal government joined in celebrating the new in-store experience. John Moore, head of Sears Retail Services, kicked off the ceremony which included a speech from U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal and a ribbon cutting by the Honorable Mayor of Danbury, Mark D. Boughton. The celebration also featured Sears swag bags for the “first” 100 members, sweepstakes, refreshments, entertainment, demonstrations, face painting and a photo booth.
“It was great to see our transformation and mission being brought to life by our amazing associates,” said John Moore, head of Sears Retail Services. “Sears is a great part of the Danbury community and we are happy to continue to serve our members.”
Congrats to the Danbury store and everyone who played a part in this journey of bringing the new store layout to life!
View the photos below to experience the grand re-opening for yourself: