NEW YORK — In a move to persuade customers that its store shelves are amply stocked with holiday goodies, Kmart Thursday unveiled its new marketing campaign, "Get More Gifts, Spread More Cheer."
The campaign, which kicks off Sundaywith national television commercials, includes broadcast and weekly newspaper insert advertising, in-store promotions and giveaways and community grassroots initiatives throughout the holiday season.
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