Breaking into its 20th state, BJ’s Wholesale Club is staking its claim in Alabama with a slew of new stores. The retail chain will be adding five clubs to its nationwide portfolio, starting with a new location in Madison, Alabama.
“We are always striving to bring our BJ’s membership model to new markets and even more smart-saving families,” said Bill Werner, Executive Vice President, Strategy and Development, BJ’s Wholesale Club. “We have seen tremendous success with our newest openings. Our expansion into Tennessee and Alabama shortly thereafter is a great example of our efforts to meet the demand for the value, convenience, and assortment that BJ’s has to offer its growing member base.”
Concurrently with its new Alabama club, BJ’s will be opening stores in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee; Johnson City, New York; Lewis Center, Ohio; and North Jacksonville, Florida, a release stated.
These clubs add to the retailer’s 2023 list of openings, following BJ’s newest locations in Davenport, Florida, and McDonough, Georgia, as well as the recent announcement of its first-ever club in the state of Tennessee, expected to open this summer in LaVergne.
Each location offers a convenient one-stop shopping experience that includes a large array of fresh foods, a full-service deli, and more. The new clubs will also carry local and seasonal items.
Members are also able to choose from a variety of convenient shopping options like in-club shopping, curbside pickup, in-club pickup, same-day delivery, and standard delivery from the retailer’s website. When shopping in-club, members will have access to ExpressPay through BJ’s mobile app, enabling them to scan products as they go and avoid the checkout line at the end of their trip.
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