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Sears stops the presses on iconic holiday catalog

BY CSA Staff

A struggling department store retailer is once again offering its holiday Wish Book catalog in a digital format — but that’s it.

Sears Holdings Corp. will not publish a printed version of its iconic catalog this holiday season, one year after bringing it back into circulation for some members of its loyalty program, according to The Chicago Tribune.

The digital Wish Book will be online in early November. Kmart, also owned by Sears, will also have a toy catalog this year. It will be released on Sunday, Oct. 21, the report revealed.

On Monday, Sears announced that it filed for bankruptcy.

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