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KMART ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS

 KMART ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS
 TROY, Mich., July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Kmart Corporation (NYSE: KM)


today announced the following executive appointments effective Aug. 15, 1992. Both executives will report directly to Richard S. Miller, executive vice president, U.S. Kmart stores.
 Michael T. Macik, 45, is being promoted to vice president, human resources - U.S. Kmart stores. In this new position, Macik will be responsible for planning, directing and coordinating the human resource policies and programs in the areas of recruiting, training, field management compensation and benefits, associate relations and customer service programs for U.S. Kmart stores.
 Macik, presently divisional vice president, human resources for Kmart Fashions, is a 23-year Kmart veteran. He joined Kmart Fashions as a management trainee after attending Point Park College and Youngstown University. In addition to holding various Kmart Fashions field management positions, Macik also served in regional management positions and as senior director, sales, advertising, planning and distribution, Kmart Fashions-North Bergen, N.J., office, prior to being promoted to his present position in February 1988.
 "Mike Macik's past experience in field management, human resources and training will allow him to enhance the quality and effectiveness of our associates to meet the goals of the Kmart Store Division," said Miller.
 Thomas M. Nielsen, 48, was appointed to vice president, human resources - administration.
 Nielsen joined Kmart in 1988 after serving as vice president, compensation and benefits for the American Stores Company in Salt Lake City, and Jewel Companies in Chicago. He holds a B.A. from Mankato State University, a B.S. from South Dakota State University and an M.A. from George Williams College. He was promoted to his current position as vice president, human resources in February 1991.
 "Tom Nielsen's leadership will drive our continuing efforts to improve Kmart's benefit programs, plan and coordinate the company's business process improvement functions and human resource policies to ensure consistency and compliance across all of Kmart's business entities," said Miller.
 "These changes support Kmart's 'renewal' and strategies for the '90s and will allow the company to more appropriately focus our efforts on both U.S. Kmart stores and overall corporate human resource issues," Miller added.
 Kmart Corporation serves America with over 4,000 retail outlets in all 50 states and in Puerto Rico and Canada. Kmart, currently operating 2,383 Kmart stores, is also the parent company for PACE Membership Warehouse, Builders Square, PayLess Drug Stores, Waldenbooks, The Sports Authority and OfficeMax.
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 /CONTACT: Mary Lorencz of Kmart, 313-643-1021/
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