Sears Partners With Amazon To Install Tires

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Sears pops after getting cozier with Amazon

The company says the service will be rolling out to customers across the USA over the coming weeks.

"Amazon.com customers can expect terrific performance and reliability from DieHard tires and professional installation from Sears Auto Centers".

American chain of department stores Sears is now partnering with Amazon to install vehicle tires.

The partnership includes Amazon orders for the DieHard brand, which is owned by Sears. Shares of Sears were trading around $3.23 on Wednesday.

He/she chooses "Yes, so I need those tires sent to and installed in Sears automobile Center". The service will be available across 47 Sears Auto Centers in cities such as Miami, Los Angeles and Dallas.

The customer then has to choose three times in which the installation can be done.

Sears has seen years of declining sales as competition intensifies from the likes of Walmart Inc, Amazon and other e-commerce platforms.

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A Sears spokesman spoke to CNBC and gave details on the process.

A few months later, Sears announced that it would sell its DieHard branded products through Amazon.

"Kenmore is distributed nationwide on Amazon with in excess of 250 services and products and we are surpassing customer support degree expectations", Tom Park, president of Kenmore, Craftsman and DieHard makes in Sears Holdings, said in a statement.

The spokesman said that there will be a standard installation fee paid to Sears.

Sears first partnered with Amazon.com to sell Kenmore appliances on the site in July of previous year. Free for 14 days - no credit card required!

Sears CEO Eddie Lampert's hedge fund, ESL Investments, " has built a proposition to purchase Kenmore, Sears' homeimprovement firm, its PartsDirect division plus some of the chain's real estate.

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