The Kenmore badge first appeared on a sewing machine more than one hundred years ago. Kenmore sewing machines were introduced in 1913 and the product line has been expanding ever since.
Kenmore Brand has been in the business of dirty laundry for almost 90 years. The first Kenmore washing machine was introduced in 1927. The wringer style washer could be purchased for $79.50. Today’s washing machines may cost a little more, but they definitely have a few more features, too.
Kenmore appliances have appeared in a number of television and film productions over the years. Donna Reed kept her television family looking sharp with her Kenmore appliances.
Kenmore Brand curates products from the best manufacturers. Brian Jochum, Kenmore Senior Marketing Director says, “The Kenmore team takes the best of what other manufacturers have to offer. Then they identify unmet needs and insights to make them even better…to optimize and customize the best-performing appliances in the industry. Only then are they worthy of the Kenmore name.”
Kenmore Brand appliances are RNC Appliances most highly recommended. They are built to last decades and longer.