For 18 years, the Kmart in McMurray, Pennsylvania, was like dwelling for Joshua Englert.
He was 16 years previous when he first began serving to consumers on the low cost retailer’s location close to Pittsburgh. However final Sunday, the shop’s BlueLight went darkish and the final sale was made.
To thank consumers and the employees, Englert, now a retailer supervisor, dialed into the intercom one final time and delivered an emotional goodbye.
“I needed to take this chance to not promote you 40-cent plaid skirts or 5-cent…