Cornman’s Fills Void Left by Sears Closing

HERMITAGE, Pa. – Cornman’s Sweeperland experienced a 5.6% sales revenue growth in 2019. 

This year it plans to increase advertising and market share in outlying areas, including New Castle, Pa. 

“We have also expanded our selection of canister vacuums to fill a void left by Sears leaving the Shenango Valley Mall,” says second-generation owner Russell Craig Cornman. “We intend to increase commercial customers by offering easier-to-use machines as well.” 

Inside the showroom, customers will see upgraded displays this year. 

The company, founded in 1972, also expects to add at least one employee. 

“Our industry is starting to lean toward battery-powered vacuums and we have followed the trend by stocking several long-life battery vacuums that offer more convenience to our customers,” says Cornman. 

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