Originally Posted by SFB
According to Sears they only use Whirlpool, GE, and Frigidaire products. It may be a Frigidaire freezer. At the time I bought mine I compared the 2 and it looked nothing like the Frigidare and the salesman told me it was a Whirlpool. But that was about a year ago so they might have switched to Frigidaire. Either way it's a good deal and I am quite happy with my Frigidaire freezer.
Sears will buy from anyone that comes up with the lowest price on their set design specs sent out to bid is what Sears wants. They are not loyal to any one or many manufacture brand names. I found this out by my 'ex wife as a supervisor for Sears plus myself working for 6 years on Sears store remodels. I've had many decussions with Sears higher up brass over the years overseeing these remodels. Don't leave out made in China products. Like Chraftman tools i've been told now made in China as well Cressent tools made to a price sent to bid. Many products made in Taiwan are now assembled in China saving on labor. Backing up 19 years ago Delta 10" compound mitre saws made in the USA assembled in the Philippines. Same Delta saw relabled with Craftsman stickers instead of Delta sold at Sears. Irwin bit extensions a good old USA manufacture read the lable they come in at Home Depot, made in China or India.
Michelin tires a great quality tire made to Sears cost limits hence a reduced quality tire without the known high mileage wear they built their business from. GM in China go figure maybe their vehicle product quality will go up?
GM trucks made in South America for years. Done ranting off topic here.