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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by n1vux (1492) on 2005.01.17 22:41 (#37576) Homepage Journal
    Thank you, your TPR DBA address in Chicago may explain (finally) why Chicago-based Sears sells Kenmore [sears.com] appliances. Us Boston folk have wondered if their old, elegant Regional admin and warehouse at 309-401 Park Drive / 201 Brookline Ave [emporis.com] (near Kenmore Sq and Fenway Park, now the "Landmark Center" [brunercott.com], a urban-mall theatre/Staples/BestBuy) was really that great an influence on a Chicago chain. If the Sears household appliance line is named for a street in Chicago, or the town the street is named for, that makes much more sense.

    (One doubts Mrs. Sears taking residence in Brookline had anything to do with it.)

    --
    Bill
    # I had a sig when sigs were cool
    use Sig;
    • I think the streets are named for the appliances. I've been trying to find out the origins for the names of the streets around me, but I haven't figured out Kenmore yet.

      There are an amazing number of household names that come out of Chicago though. This month's Chicago magazine goes through most of the roster. :)