In a week, Kmart will be extinct in Iowa; deals continue

In one week’s time, there will no longer be a Kmart store in the state of Iowa. Sunday, February 16th the black hole of superstore-woes, will officially swallow-up both the Algona and Charles City stores.

This will add to the already high unemployment rate in Floyd County – which already sits as the second highest in the state at 4.6%. 

Before the superstore scavengers can pick the store completely clean, Charles City’s Kmart is bolstering large deals for their last week:

80% off women’s apparel

80% off kitchen essentials

75% off socks and shoes

70% off toys

70% off jewelry

70% off men’s apparel

70% off purses

60% off furniture

60% off blankets

The empty Kmart building will create a crater of emptiness on the edge of Charles City that will need to be filled in the future. 

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