Kmart Announces Executive Resignation

Apr 24, 2001, 01:00 ET from Kmart Corporation

    TROY, Mich., April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- Kmart
 Corporation (NYSE:   KM) today announced that Chief Marketing Officer Brent
 Willis has decided to leave Kmart for personal reasons effective May 7.  With
 his departure the marketing and advertising departments will report to Mark
 Schwartz, Kmart President and COO.
     "We understand and respect Brent's decision to put his family first and
 are thankful for his many contributions to Kmart.  We wish him well in his new
 endeavors," said Chuck Conaway, Kmart Chairman and CEO.
     Kmart Corporation is a near-$40 billion company that serves America with
 more than 2,100 Kmart and Kmart supercenter retail outlets.  Kmart donates
 $35 million each year to support its hometowns and local non-profit
 organizations.  Kmart associates also provide their most valuable resource --
 time -- everyday in their local communities.  In addition to serving all 50
 states, Kmart operations extend to the Caribbean Islands and Asia Pacific.
 More information about Kmart is available on the World Wide Web at
 www.bluelight.com under the "About Kmart" section.
 
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    TROY, Mich., April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- Kmart
 Corporation (NYSE:   KM) today announced that Chief Marketing Officer Brent
 Willis has decided to leave Kmart for personal reasons effective May 7.  With
 his departure the marketing and advertising departments will report to Mark
 Schwartz, Kmart President and COO.
     "We understand and respect Brent's decision to put his family first and
 are thankful for his many contributions to Kmart.  We wish him well in his new
 endeavors," said Chuck Conaway, Kmart Chairman and CEO.
     Kmart Corporation is a near-$40 billion company that serves America with
 more than 2,100 Kmart and Kmart supercenter retail outlets.  Kmart donates
 $35 million each year to support its hometowns and local non-profit
 organizations.  Kmart associates also provide their most valuable resource --
 time -- everyday in their local communities.  In addition to serving all 50
 states, Kmart operations extend to the Caribbean Islands and Asia Pacific.
 More information about Kmart is available on the World Wide Web at
 www.bluelight.com under the "About Kmart" section.
 
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