After announcing plans to open six new clubs last May and four new locations this year, it looks like BJ’s Wholesale Club is continuing to eye the Eastern United States. The company has its eyes set on Pennsylvania, as it announced its newest club in Ross Township will open this Friday, April 8.
“We’re excited to expand our footprint in Pittsburgh with the opening of our new club in Ross Township,” said Ryan Yetton, Club Manager of BJ’s Wholesale Club in Ross Township. “We’re looking forward to bringing BJ’s outstanding offerings to Ross Township and the surrounding community. We can’t wait for our doors to open on Friday and to serve our members.”
BJ’s new club can be found at 6270 Northway Drive in Pittsburgh. This location will feature a vast selection of fresh foods and a full-service deli, in addition to other various exclusive offerings. The club is expected to continue delighting shoppers with its treasure-hunt experience that BJ’s members know and love.
With this opening, the retailer’s total number of U.S. locations comes to 227, with 19 clubs in the state of Pennsylvania and two in Pittsburgh. BJ’s members can choose from a variety of convenient shopping options like curbside pickup, pick up in-club, same-day delivery, delivery from BJs.com, and shopping in-club.
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