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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Kmart (sometimes styled as "K-Mart") is a major store chain. It has sold a number of exclusive video and DVD releases of various Henson-related productions.

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Promotions

  • 1999: Another commercial for the clothing featured Big Bird, Elmo, Ernie, Zoe, and Rosita playing music for the kids wearing the clothing brand.
  • 2003: In a "right here. right now." commercial, Big Bird appears jumping and showing the letter K right before some kids wearing Big Bird hoodies are shown.
  • 2008: Kmart provided a small coloring book with stickers included with the purchase of Abby in Wonderland DVD.

Parodies

See also

External links

  • Official site
  • Kmart's successful stroll down Sesame Street
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The Third Turn

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From The Third Turn, a Wikia wiki

K-Mart is the 3rd largest chain of department stores in the United States. They have been involved in NASCAR sponsorship as far back as 1970, when they sponsored the Richard Howard-owned #3 in select events. In 1994, they sponsored Geoff Brabham in his only Cup start. A year later, they became sponsor of the #37 Kranefuss-Haas Racing team of John Andretti and later Jeremy Mayfield between 1995 and 1997. In 1999, they began a multi-year sponsorship deal with Travis Carter's #66 team of Darrell Waltrip using their "Route 66" brand of jeans, and sponsoring the #26 of Jimmy Spencer a year later. They continued their relationship with Carter until early in the 2002 season, when they filed for bankruptcy.

K-Mart now has a joint partnership with Sears.


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