Press Releases

Sears Franchise Owner Teams With Salvation Army to Help Families in Need With Project Bundle-Up Campaign

(PITTSBURGH, February 13, 2018) - Greg Heibert knows how generous the people of Pittsburgh can be.

“We lost everything in a flood back in 2004 and then lost everything in a fire 10 years later,” Heibert said. “The community was there for my family in our time of need, and I want to make sure we continue to pay it forward.”


Queens Sears Maid Services Franchise and \"Cleaning for a Reason\" Team Up to Help Cancer Patients With Free Home Cleaning

(Queens, NY - January 22, 2018) - Kelvin Walter Jr. knows the story of cancer far too well.

Walter Jr. and his father, Kelvin Walter Sr., dreamed of becoming business partners, with the goal of opening a cleaning service and a home for disabled veterans.

Pancreatic cancer changed that, taking Kelvin Walter Sr.’s life four years ago.


Five Sears Maid Franchises Team Up With "Cleaning For a Reason" to Provide Free Home Cleaning for Cancer Patients

(COLUMBUS, OHIO, December 18, 2017) - Kim Graham knows the story of cancer far too well.

Despite brave battles, Graham lost her uncle, brother, and mother-in-law to the disease. Now the branch manager of a Sears Maid Franchise in Lewis Center, Ohio, Graham is helping serve women with cancer.

Graham is one of five Sears Maid franchises affiliated with “Cleaning for a Reason”, an international non-profit that donates one free home cleaning to women battling cancer. The Sears franchises serve families in Ohio, Texas, New York and Pennsylvania.


Sears Home & Business Franchise, Inc. Supports the Northfield Township Food Pantry to Help Feed the Community This Holiday Season

November 30, 2017

Throughout the month of December, a Sears Home & Business Franchises, Inc. franchisee will donate a portion of the sales of each new garage door to the Northfield Township Food Pantry.

Feeding the hungry is an issue close to the heart of Chicagoland franchise owner Barry Brownstone.


Sears Home & Business Franchises Helping Veterans Find Their American Dream

Columbus, OH November 9, 2017 - William Devoss learned how to become a business owner in a way few MBA students could ever understand.

Devoss spent 11 years serving in the United States Air Force, spending time in Okinawa, Korea, Vietnam and Taiwan. After earning nine military decorations, including a Bronze Star, for his service, Devoss was looking for a new way to support his family.