For two days only next month the former Carson’s department store in the Orchards Mall of Benton Harbor will be a hot spot for local shoppers looking for bargains on Whirlpool Appliances. The vacant store will host the 2019 Whirlpool Employee United Way Campaign Appliance Sale offering up deeply discounted prices to the open public.
It’s a new location for that semi-annual sale to benefit the employee campaign, and as a result it will a bigger and better sale than ever before according to both Whirlpool and the United Way of Southwest Michigan. Best of all, as is tradition, all proceeds benefit the 2019 Whirlpool Employee Campaign.
More than 400 appliances will be offered to the public at those deeply discounted prices—at the new location in the former Carson’s store.
On Saturday, November 2nd, from 8 am to 4 pm and Sunday, November 3rd, from 9 am to 1 pm, you can find Maytag, Amana, KitchenAid, and Whirlpool brand ovens, ranges, refrigerators, dishwashers, washers, and dryers at significant savings. All the major appliances are new, with a full one-year warranty. Gladiator and KitchenAid small appliances will also be offered at exclusive prices.
The new location is more accommodating for the greater sale items and more convenient with its ample parking and easy accessibility from I-94.
The semi-annual hit is a significant fundraiser for the Whirlpool Employee United Way Campaign. Gokul Nair, Whirlpool’s Senior Manager of Global Operations promises, “You’ll see average discounts of more than 40-percent on some incredible appliances,” and adds, “You’ll save—and impact our local community with your purchase.”
All products purchased must be picked up during the sale hours, or for an additional $100 donation per appliance, home deliveries will be available within a 15-mile radius. Cash and credit cards will be accepted for payment, however no checks will be accepted, and there will be no early sales.
Event organizers encourage you to bring your neighbors, friends, and relatives to shop—and help United Way of Southwest Michigan at the same time.
United Way of Southwest Michigan fights for the Health, Education, and Financial Stability of every person in every community. They have the influence and relationships to make sustainable change a reality. By harnessing resources from corporate, nonprofit, and public partners, they provide immediate assistance to the most vulnerable populations among us while addressing the root causes of the community’s longstanding challenges and changing lives for the better. To join the fight—through giving, advocacy, and volunteering—visit online at www.uwsm.org.
The photo accompanying this story on Moody on the Market shows people shopping at the spring sale which was held on the Whirlpool campus earlier this year and is courtesy of United Way of SW Michigan.