I have been reading the latest on all the Sears & Kmart Stores closing or going out of business.
They latest stories I have seen on the internet is; "The new store closures are on top of 180 Sears and Kmart locations that have already been shuttered this year. The company had previously announced that another 150 stores will close by the third quarter."
I have ran my own successful Residential Appliance Repair Business for over 10 years. After a lot of my customers and other business owners asking me how I got into the appliance business and who trained me.
I began to think that there are a lot of guys that would/could benefit from this business, if they only knew how easy it is to start and could provide for themselves & their families.
Also, would not be in the terrible spot a lot of the Sears Appliance Technicians are now! I would love to help these guys out if at all possible.
Anyway, my questions is. What would be the best way to contact the appliance technicians that have lost their jobs or facing lay offs (just read an appliance technicians post in Michigan where he & 17 other technicians lost their jobs in June 2017).
So many of these guys don't have a clue that they would make so much more working for themselves and A LOT less hours than what I have heard that Sears was having them work 12 to 15 hour days with FORCED overtime.
Any helpful adivce you can provide would be greatly appreciated.